Seas Without A Shore is a magical, mysterious photography book of tintypes, portraits, still lifes and seascapes. The photographs for this book have evolved into a series of images with fictional narratives, full of absurdity and hilarity. The resulting images are portraits on the border between documentary and fiction, imagining characters that, much like our selves, are forever a mystery.
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