Chasing the Fog::Learning How to Breathe is an exploration of personal identity specific to motherhood, divorce and falling in love. I explore my own internal dialogue through self-portraiture and by creating a visual language using personal objects as metaphor and symbolism. I'm interested in the space between the words, places felt deeply, under the surface of what appears to be reality. Diving deep into what I consider the river beneath the river, I'm constantly digging, as if I were an archaeologist, looking for buried treasure. I use long exposure and movement of my own figure to explore the unknown layers that reside in a space that's non-linear. The self-portraits and still life imagery is a visual container for what the heart hears.