Although I never depict actual humans in my photographs, the human psyche is undeniably at the center of my work. In this series I’ve created miniature staged narrative Noir scenes. Lone characters appear in decidedly suburban environments: cul-de-sacs, dark and empty roads, the small town bar, private basements and bedrooms, all offering an impression of seclusion, ripe for clandestine schemes. […]
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