I am photographing my life. It is as simple and complex as that. Presently, my life is overrun by exquisite little creatures known as children. As they explore the elements with carefree abandon, I observe with camera poised, balanced between protection and permission. I work from a place of intuition, capturing the action as it unfolds, meanwhile stealing sidelong glances at the details of our environments. The images are juxtaposed to create an introspective narrative, mining the richly ambiguous state of parenthood, akin to the murky realm between a river's glittering surface and its hidden undercurrents. Through the camera's lens I am transported, traversing the space between shadow and light, dreams and reality, delight and disquiet.