I love photography's ability to halt time, to freeze a moment in the ongoing interaction between nature and humanity. Paint weathers and peels, new and shiny turns to rust, untold hours of backbreaking work wears a hollow in a stone. My subject is the process, seen in color and texture, often unrecognizable as to its source.
I still shoot much of my work in film, though the advent of more stable giclee prints has made earlier darkroom routines moot, and now everything goes through a computer. Even though that releases me from the bonds of what was possible chemically and optically, I've chosen to continue those limits. What I see through the camera lens is what I print.