Shot from a lake in rural New Hampshire, these photographs document all the various ways in which someone can enter the lake. Based at the heart of the town, the lake nods to a different and slower way of doing things as speedboats, jetskis, and other modern and fast modes of recreation are prohibited. In capturing these entrances, I spent several weeks kayaking around the lake shooting with a film camera. The project simultaneously examines public vs. private space (town beaches vs. private boathouses, etc.) while reflecting on ways to move through the space. In today’s hyper-technological world, what do we miss when our biggest concern is getting from point A to point B as fast as possible?

Installations: BlackRock Center for the Arts (2016)

Press: The Washington Post (2016)