In my photographs, I attempt to capture the something authentic in my subjects through a particular “event” that permeates their mental state for a given period of time. Leaving the movie theatre is one of these everyday “events.” It’s a transition between worlds, between fiction and reality, during which our state of mind may still be influenced.
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