Moving Land, 2009, began as an expression of the feeling I have had since I was a child surrounded by the immense space of Saskatchewan, its vibrant colours, and its natural power. For me, Saskatchewan is a place of ever-changing light, colour, and wind. I had a desire to capture all of this as a feeling, a love letter to the land and the sky. A love letter to the evenings driving down the back roads with the wind in your hair, the sound of grasshoppers in the crops, and feeling like I was the only person on earth.
Digitally captured, but not manipulated, on the back roads of Saskatchewan, the long hand-held exposures result in soft, richly coloured landscapes. With Moving Land II have tried to focus on the simplicity of landscape to drown out the details with movement and to create a feeling of flow. The land, like time, life, and photography is constantly shifting and we must move with it.