Encountering the light on Cape Cod has become a regular practice for me. In every weather condition, in all states of mind, I organize my days around the moments when the Cape Cod light is full of something with which I identify. After hours of shooting, I use specialized equipment and software to create the image, then use highly refined processes to make sure that the final printed image contains as much of the truth of the moment in it as I remember it.
I am deeply moved when people tell me that my photographs have touched them. I have been told that my work has a healing effect, that the images connect people to nature, to themselves, and to their own vibrant sense of love. I always look forward to the next time I will be able to immerse myself in the marshes, the towns or the beaches, and bring back more evidence of the love that connects us to the world and to each other. The beauty I encounter always humbles me and makes me grateful for people, for light and for everything it reaches.