Using a loose narrative of a journey that is simultaneously desired and obligatory. I've been calling the series Elsewhere because it's not here, wherever 'here' is to you. 
I have been pushing into the poetic interludes in time and space; finding oneself somewhere new, yet somehow familiar. Spaces are often transitional, in-between or overlooked. When I find these spaces, I render them in a way that disconnects them from a specific time and location. I want that they could be anywhere and nowhere at the same time. This on-going series touches on themes if romanticism, mystery, transition and placelessness.  
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