I love the sense of pattern mixed with disarray that I see when looking into a tangle of deciduous tree branches in winter. A simple photograph of branches never conveys the felt memory of that experience, though. That memory isn’t based on a single glimpse, but on multiple impressions that merge and combine over space and time.

These images are variations on a multiple exposure technique and to me they convey more effectively that compound, layered, and perhaps just slightly embellished memory of winter tree branches.