Photography, for me, is about organizing chaos. I make photographs to elicit contemplation. My photographic research concentrates on human interaction with the environment, public or private, as a way to assess and understand existence in the context of our technological culture. While walking through any setting, I am drawn to objects and scenes that were the effect of a random moment. I am particularly interested in finding arrangements of objects in odd compositions that excite me with shock, surprise or humor. The discovery and framing of these complex and compelling images prompts emotion and reveals the essence of what it means to be human.