“Grief is complicated. When we experience a deep loss there is a sense of the world moving too fast around us while time is standing still. It is almost unbearable when mixed with this permanent sense of waiting – of forgetting and expecting to see the one we’ve lost. We have to rediscover our grief many times before it sticks. I searched for locations that were heavy with expectancy, blurred with motion or glaringly empty to explore these feelings. In each photo there is a bit of beauty, the golden touch of light or the delicate growth of a vine, a reminder of the way we heal – slowly and moment by moment.”