Déjà Vu | Jamais Vu
Over the past eight years I have lived in five different countries. Being a nomad has become part of who I am and how I experience the world. I move forward constantly looking for new things and occasionally going back to revisit old memories. Photography has served as the mediator between exploration and self-revelation. It is a means to record new experiences and remember old ones, and with time these two begin to meld together. Memories fade or transform and suddenly new places become saturated with familiarity. It is easy to lose oneself in this constant barrage of experiences, and when words fail to accurately retell our lives, all that remains are the images that connect us to those moments that are long gone and the ones we are living in. Through photography the new becomes familiar and the familiar is reborn as extraordinary.

Images were shot between 2005-2013.

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