β€œπ•·π–Žπ–‹π–Š π–Šπ–™π–ˆπ–π–Šπ–˜ π–Žπ–™π–˜π–Šπ–‘π–‹ 𝖔𝖓𝖙𝖔 π–”π–šπ–— π–‹π–†π–ˆπ–Šπ–˜ π–†π–˜ π–œπ–Š π–Œπ–—π–”π–œ π–”π–‘π–‰π–Šπ–—, π–˜π–π–”π–œπ–Žπ–“π–Œ π–”π–šπ–— π–›π–Žπ–”π–‘π–Šπ–“π–ˆπ–Š, π–Šπ–π–ˆπ–Šπ–˜π–˜π–Šπ–˜ 𝖔𝖗 π–π–Žπ–“π–‰π–“π–Šπ–˜π–˜π–Šπ–˜.”

This photograph is what started my portfolio. I wanted to speak on how β€œnature is healing” with hopes to draw much larger connections to our own innateness to it. Much of what I consider the exploration of art is the dissecting our own humanity in terms of nature through the various mediums of art. In essence to be human, is to be art. Whether if it is drawn from the reflections of beautiful iterations of life. Or the gruesome realities that insight disgust. Our very nature, down to the design of our cells exults this fact. These thoughts are often with me when I’m creating my photographs. 

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