Myth is a series of unique photographic prints, made using found organic matter and improvisational darkroom techniques.
It explores interconnectivity, and is a meditation on the mysterious phenomena that have formed the very fabric of our existence. In a way, it is also a personal search for a sense of belonging.
As imagination is an act of extraordinary seeing, enchantment might be a representative moment for reconsidering photography’s relationship to the world. Could heaven and earth, secular and spiritual, ritual and routine, ordinary and miraculous be mirror images of each other?
– Robert Hariman and John Louis Lucaites, The Public Image