My image making plays many roles in my life, but one of them is organizational. In response to a strange environment, dissecting it one frame at a time is a mechanism for seeking understanding, or at least a kind of symbiosis. This is the primary focus of this series. As an exercise in seeing, photography allows for the compartmentalization of the world. In this way, I can create visual quotations of the world that I encounter daily and the world as I wish it to be.
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