An afternoon walking along Mark Creek in Kimberly, B.C. Everything was rusted by a late-autumn season. I gathered the rusted pieces up and taped them onto the page.
My visual notebooks record sensory impressions, preserve plant samples and preserve my immediate experience in the landscape. The notebooks are a source of inspiration for me, helping me to retrieve the raw impact of a place or time. Here are some selections from the past two decades.
One of my earliest notebook entries from 1999 — this takes me back to a golden, late summer day.