In September, 1993, Sam was born, and he became part of the photographs, adding new insights and experiences.
While contemplating form and light, I encountered a new approach of looking and thinking about photographs, particularly that special essence of feeling tone with emotion and intimacy. I learned to accept the flaws and imperfections in the imagery and consider them part of my creative process. I also realized the photographs were not about motherhood, but about my sons who we watch mature from an early age to becoming young men. The images are personal yet universal. After all, we have all been exploring our world in one way or another.