I started taking photographs in 1998, doing test-shoots for a modeling agency in Arizona. That practice has evolved into an expression much like choreography. A collaboration with another person to find a perfect moment containing substance and weight. I am fascinated with the human form: the way people move through space, the physics of the skeleton, the sensual communication of skin, and the emotional language we convey in our detail of stance. I am taking internal photographs all day long: memorizing a perfectly surreal tableau or the beauty of someone being perfectly human, revealing their brokenness and their specialness. These photographs seek to apprehend a near-perfect moment where we are connected to what is higher than the sum of our perpetual motion. A moment where we are vulnerable and God-like, connected to all things, caught being exceptional.