I find the color, shape and form of food to be fascinating. Especially of plant based food-the quietest food in the grocery store. It doesn’t require labels, health claims or cartoon characters. My photography is an expression of my discoveries as I explore and look beyond the obvious, often I’m looking inside the fruit or vegetable. I aim to create awareness, connection and share my appreciation for real food. I hope to inspire others to slow down and think about what they are consuming. Food embodies so much more than just satisfying our immediate hunger. It is where everything that matters today comes together- personal, climate, environment and economy. It is something we all know, we rely on it to live, we need it to survive. Yet food is something that as time has gone on we have become further and further disconnected from it. I aspire to bring others closer to real, unprocessed food and the wonders of it by embracing and exploring the natural visual appeal of it.
Directions: 471 East 10th St., Ketchum – 10th Street Center, upstairs from Susan Hall and door is to the left of Boulder Mountain Clay Works.