About a year ago, a friend told me that I am a seeker. There is some truth to that, as visual storytelling is a combination of looking for something to share, and the other part is adventure. Two things I love deeply.
This exhibition involves a seeking of sorts, as I meandered my way through Southern Brazil reconnecting with family, lost memories, new friends and sights I knew as a child.
If you happen to be upstate New York, take a trip to Saratoga Springs Station and check out Memory Travels: a Journey Through Southern Brazil, on view through March 26.
This exhibition is through Saratoga Arts Art in Public Places program, and prints are available through them for the duration of the exhibition.