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While currently standed in New Zealand for the indefinite future, I’ve tasked myself with documenting a visual stream of consciousness.

Against my better judgement, I packed a digital camera at the last minute, letting me indulge in the immediate while being forced away from film for the time being.

The work is meant to remain fluid and interpretive, fueled by the emotional fluctuations and loss of narrative while living in isolation.

“Created as a visual stream of consciousness, Some Find it Nothing is intended to feel erratic — themes of loneliness, loss, chaos, grief, enlightenment, calm, and solitude highlighting the tides of our lives. The work is meant to remain fluid and interpretive, fueled by the emotional fluctuations and loss of narrative while living in isolation”