They’re not my dreams but the dreams I have seen fade in the faces of people around me. Or at least that’s what I thought to begin with… I worked in Social Services. This experience has changed me forever.
Originally this album was about the thoughts and emotions imparted on me by several difficult experiences that I was not adequately prepared for. I was sure I had been damaged beyond repair as a result. All dreams were lost never to be found again.
It has been out of this experience I have come to the realization that dreams are never lost and they can’t die. It is the dreamer that is lost and needs to be found. This knowledge is a great and wonderful burden for those of us who still dream.
Photos by Fox and Owl Studio