Most of my photography so far has no human subjects.
This is because it started out of my love of being outside, in the wild, deep in the forest. I’ve come to appreciate all types of photography and I’ve started experimenting with portraits and street photography. But the emotional core of my photo work remains connected to nature and wilderness.
What is the subject of my photos then?
Many times, it is the light.
Its quality, its direction, the way it transforms a scene. The way it adds depth to a scene and highlights what would otherwise remain insignificant details.
Being alone in the forest, observing the light and letting things unfold around you is a powerful experience.