I'm not concerned with the morbidity of death, but rather the curiosity. A body that used to be animated becomes food for some later participant in the cycle, or the dirt we clean off our windowsill, leaving behind whatever life it made for itself for whatever happens when things die. There is beauty in the quiet transition from bird to oil, from bone to dust. I photograph these subjects not to insist upon the fact of death but to investigate life. 

This is an ongoing project.