To make my answer more clear, I'm going to post you're questions as I go along..
1. Maybe tell us about what attracted you to landscape photography in the first place, or how these images became central to your art and way of perceiving and interacting with the world around you?
I am not only interested in landscape photography, but it is what seems to speak to me the most. I love finding something overlooked, understated, or in a random corner of the world that needs someone to capture its beauty, in that moment in time. Because landscapes, while seemingly stagnant, can completely change their appearance day to day; depending on the light, the environment, the level in which you photograph it.
But that is exactly why I do not limit myself to landscapes, because everything is constantly changing.
2. Could you show us other examples of your art, and how these pieces thematically tie together threads of meaning you have found yourself expressing time and time again?
Here are just a few.. But you will see more as I attempt more tasks :)
Silent Swimmers. UK
Garden in CA
I know this one can look like just rocks and rubble, but this was basically in the center of death valley, and I liked the single lone purple soldier.
3. What do you like?
I like a lot of things. I'll get more detailed another time.. :)