The double exposure process is all done in-camera. Shooting a roll of film twice and winding back the film into the canister in the dark room in between. I love the magic of not knowing what you will get. At times the frames would overlap because of the way I wound it back into the film canister. I would scan my images after and crop them to my linking. The interaction of both images is always surprising and creates an amazing overlapping effect. The dream-like effect of these images express the way I see the world. I like to combine images of objects and people with nature.