Photography is a medium founded on desire, the profound urge to permanently record visions, views, objects, and people. My series Heart’s Desire serves as a field guide to my own pursuit, in the world around me, for a sense of equivalence – to remembrance, to poetry, to the reactive moment, to lost time. I am searching for memories, others’ and my own, hidden in landscapes and rooms and fragments, detached from their everyday functions. I am seeking echoes of ritual, footsteps and vestiges of those who have come before. In my search, I hope to trace new pathways and to redraw maps, to transform what I see into that which resonates between the inner and the outer selves, emotional correlatives that may be found in images. I see picture-making as an architecture of discovery, a coming-together of physics, weather, and the experience of the moment. It is an act of conjoining accident with the actual, fictive histories with real ones, the immediate with the undisclosed.