My work navigates the ties, which bind subjects in a cosmopolitan family unit. The invisible thread, which joins the people in the photo together. The metaphysical space, that attracts and distracts, the shared memory. I am drawn by the strong traditions and conventions of family portraiture. Wherever I see a family photo, I can see a community. Communities shape the woman and the man of tomorrow. I use family portraiture to interrogate the dynamics, thus the triumphs and challenges of these families, which cut across the cultural, social, economic and political divide.
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