In 1994 my parents gave me their camera as a graduation present before I spent a summer working at Glacier National Park in Montana. As I wildly exposed roll after roll of film, I had no idea that a previously untapped form of expressing myself was being discovered. For me, one of the most intriguing aspects of photography is how each frame is a glimpse into an exact moment of time. A moment that would otherwise be fleeting can be studied in depth once captured. When the shutter is released, not only is a visual image captured, but so to are the thoughts, feelings and moods of the artist. Though not always obvious, these elements bring an unspoken depth to these images. As I wander through this beautiful mess of a world, I see many captivating elements around me. But, it is not until I take the time to settle myself down that I can perceive the glory behind that which is obvious. It is then that I can begin to capture these splendid moments that are so ripe with feeling and wonder.