I use photography as a means of connection. I use it to look at my life deeply. When I had my two children, I had a new purpose but felt disconnected from my identity. I dusted off my old Canon DSLR and turned my lens towards my growing family. I started to capture the complexities of childhood and document the messy and tender moments of parenthood. My camera gave me a lens and a voice. I try to uncover beauty in the mundane, examine the agony of growing up,and the pure and simple joys of childhood. Through photography I show the relationship between sisters, the shifting tensions and evolving bond between partners and the intensity of parenthood. I take photos of my family to record and to preserve these fleeting moments as honestly as I can.
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