I am constantly looking for that which is existent, but nearly always overlooked. There is an unseen presence in the locations to which I am drawn - imbued with powerful histories demanding to be noticed and acknowledged if one takes the time to listen, look and honor an extended moment. Time is the key. I have spent multiple days and countless hours losing myself and finding myself in varied places across the planet - tuning in to past human activity embedded within the landscape and architectures of these locus sites. Chaco Canyon, Stonehenge, the Grand Canyon, the Dry Tortugas, Los Angeles, Paris, New York City – all are locations where the land, and the stone, wood, concrete, glass and steel resonate with an energy that is palpable, active and absolutely present. There is a continuum of human beings inhabiting remarkable environments creating, constructing, conjuring miracles and striving for connections – even in places long abandoned. This dynamic vitality reverberates in the landscape and the structures I visit. While lingering, secrets are revealed. Mysteries seen. This is what I am seeking, where I aim my camera - to find a certain unseen presence.