Since I was five years old, I have been photographically curious about the people, places and events in my life. As I became older, I took photographs of my family, friends, relatives, celebrations and losses that became reminders of my personal history. Eventually, I decided to dedicate my life to documentary photography and understood that, as a maker of pictures, I was in the memory business. The photographs in my archive and on my website tell the tale of a life. They are autobiographical. They are personal and diaristic. They are full of emotion. Some are humorous. Others, such as...
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