These images were not intentional. I did not set out to make this body of work. These photographs are an organic response to an experience that is at the same time the most unique and the most universal of experiences: the birth of a child. The photographs that resulted from that response are simple pictures of my family made during the first two years of my son's life. At the same time that I was experiencing the intense joy of new life, my father was diagnosed with lung cancer. It's fair to say that I found myself reflecting on obvious themes of life and death.
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