Beginning in 2010 I invited strangers, family members of those and classmates to come to my studio to be photographed.I asked them to turn around and remove their shirt. The idea was based on trust and how the discerning eye of the viewer would question the photographer and the photographed. They were taken with an 80mm lens which makes the […]
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