In the “Thoughts” series the viewer is presented with what at first simply appears to be close ups of flowers or personal objects; however, looking past the beautiful or wilted displays, the viewer soon realizes that these arrangements represent something more; he may even discover a piece of an urn or a corner stone and realize these are all offerings made to lost ones.

Each image is named after the person to whom the offering was made or where it was made. By looking at this array of names and displays from different parts of the world, the viewer realizes people’s similarity of thought and the close connections of mankind in dealing with death and remembrance.Transcending race, religion, sex or culture these “Thoughts” represent a universal and shared feeling that unites the people of earth.