"There's Something In The Garden" focuses primarily on developing a feeling of the uncanny in order to express my personal fears about the future. I feel a lack of control over my future that is overwhelming. My view of what is ahead is clouded and full of uncertainty. We are all in an endless struggle against time, a battle that cannot be won. In order to show this, I wander my surroundings looking for landscapes and objects that manifest feelings of decay and abandonment. My images confront the viewer with an unsettling look into the processes of rot and time. By making beautiful images of deterioration, they simultaneously repulse and attract, drawing the viewer in and creating an experiential exchange between the beauty of the print and the disturbing subject.