I didn’t set out to make portraits, urban landscapes, or even street photographs. Looking back over the work, I see evidence of myself reflected in these images. A search for self was evidently taking place. When I observe how I framed the images through windows, and with lenses to deliberately keep my distance, avoiding specific or individual portraits, I now see that I was seeking universal symbolism in the images and their implied narratives. It is me. It is you. It is all of our lives. A sometime record emotion.
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