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"See Me" invites the viewer to stop and see, to look deeply into the lives of animals in ordinary settings, in everyday situations, and to ponder what these sentient beings might be feeling, thinking, or experiencing. All beings are interconnected & in some ways interdependent. It is through compassion, empathy, wonder, and insight-which I hope this series inspires-that we recognize our commonality and responsibility to care for one another and our mutual home.
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"Still South" explores sense of place. What conversations, tall tales, honest moments, laughter, tears, and unspoken thoughts have filled each space? What voices & stories have lingered through time and into the present moment? Although small-town America seems to be vanishing, these places have shown resilience, at times offering a sense of hope and new life.
 
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"The Rainiest City"-I've often lived in rainy places. I love the way rain-splattered glass transforms the world into something painterly. I like the sound of the rain as it drips & taps, dings & gushes, creating its own music. Each image in this series was photographed through wet glass, most often through my car windshield on a rainy day. As I make the photos, the sound of the rain accompanies me.
 
 

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