In the wake of our climate crisis, I felt a drive to learn more about glaciers. When the icy structures melt, they buckle, heave and cry. Their cries remind me of places I have visited in my own despair.
My black and white series uses multiple sourced images of glaciers combined in Photoshop translated on paper. Through this process, I create places that look as though they could exist, but do not. By combining images, I have the power to distort the perspective on things that once were. As glaciers die out, they may become a vague memory for future generations, where the concept is known yet not fully understood. I create these imagined places to elicit a feeling of grasping at a fleeting memory and ultimately pose the question of reality vs imagination.