In the state of Meghalaya in India, the indigenous people of the Khasi with 1,1 million members form the majority of the population. The Khasi are a matrilineal society. Here, traditionally it is the girls who are of particularly importance and who play an exposed role in the family.
The outline of the image is easy to see - one can quickly conjure the lake, the river, the waterfall standing out against the dark background - but, as with memory, our imagination must supply the rest. This is the goal of my current series; to present the viewer with a partial landscape and invite them to compose the rest themselves
'As well as the sea a person has its own internal tides. But our experiences lives under their own laws, emotional ebb and flow waves follow each other, gradually calming down.'