I am alone in my studio. I set up the camera and a black backdrop. Holding only a remote control, I move my body for the camera. Using long exposures allow me to make the intuitive, ritualistic movements I make with my body visible. I’m making my body appear ephemeral, caught between two realms of reality. By blurring these actions, I create emotional gestures with my body. These movements create a sort of spiritual transcendence. There is an asexual essence in the images between the body and itself, blurring any clear interpretation. The viewer is the only witness to the elusive photographic referent of this experience of bodily self-discovery.