There is a perceived idea in both the hunting and non-hunting mainstream communities of what hunting is, and it’s this: hunting is about killing. To me, hunting is a journey. That’s what the art should represent. It’s not all about the kill, but rather all of the intangibles that surround that one moment in time. The unpredictability of the unknown, the journey of emotions that come with it. To me this hunt represented that. A chase for Barbary Sheep, in New Mexico, on public land. A Blood Origins Journey.