Miss Me, But Let Me Go
I was motivated to create the work after the recent death of my Aunt Mary. I use my practice as a way of not only coming to terms with her passing but comment on the inevitability of life.
The decisions I make in my work are natural and follow the process, usually through documentary photography and collection due to the accessibility of the mediums.
Miss Me, But Let Me Go documents the emotional journey of Mary’s struggle with ovarian cancer through voice recordings, allowing the viewer to engage on a more personal level with the piece.