Lindsey Rae Gjording





 I'll always be in love with the purity of film. Right before I take the picture my brain falls into a sensorial cloud and thoughts abstract, floating into a language of shapes and lines. Time slows, the weight of the camera becomes a malleable force, and what's in front of me is the last part of the puzzle. Then, hopefully, it all falls into place.




Places you've never seen as people you've never been. The image takes us away from where we are sitting, staring off into a screen, and into a new vision of reality.

How to become unhinged, how to take the mind where the body cannot go.