In the Air is a photographic investigation of the instances and processes that give rise to airborne particles. I am curious about the impact of these events, many of which are byproducts of celebration, energy production, natural processes or food growth and preparation.
Despite that air is invisible, it holds and transports numerous gases, liquids and solids. This project is a way to make note of this pervasiveness and enables me to preserve what is typically very fleeting. I am also captivated by the striking visual effect these ephemeral and often volatile processes have on the landscape.