I am an explorer, exploring worlds wandering the landscape; that which is visible and that which is invisible.
Since childhood I have been fascinated by the wind, from a breeze to a storm, wind makes me feel connected to a greater whole. This has inspired me to work with the Hebrew concept of Ruach. This represents the wind as breath of life, inspiration and the eternal.
For me it means love of life, breathing space, room to move, being on the road. The essence of life.
With my work I capture the subtle balance between strength and vulnerability, the boundary between life and death. I myself learned to breathe and live again after a great loss.
“Then she started breathing and living, and every moment took her to a place where it was hard to say goodbye. She was in love, she was in love with her life. And for the first time in a long time, everything was inspiring.” (J.M. Drake)