As I close my eyes at night I can scarcely determine if my thoughts are formed in my conscious state, or if my subconscious has emerged. I spend hours in a sense of limbo, when my body is at peace, but my mind is sort of not.

The concept of the subconscious is so personal I turned the camera to myself as subject.  The subjects have been carefully paired with domestic settings, and the ethereal weightlessness of the clouds. Often the subject is incomplete or fragmented in representation of the incomplete or non-linear thought patterns materializing in the middle of the night.