How can food waste be so beautiful? Over the course of twelve years, I’ve processed three tons of my family’s food waste, one bucket-full at a time as well as ten tons from a local cafe. Who knew that compost would become my muse for photography and my metaphor for life?
While a single bucket of compost can feel inconsequential, when I keep showing up, this weekly ‘chore’ impacts not just the waste stream, my garden and my inner climate activist, but also my sense of personal equilibrium in uncertain times. As the climate reaches a tipping point, composting enriches the soil and these images educate, inspire and provide meditations on the power of regeneration, transformation and renewal.
Limited editions available in three sizes (24" x 24", 18" x 18", and 12" x 12"). Please contact me about availability and pricing.