I don’t actually think of photography as a means to record events or capture images. I feel that it is a vocabulary with which to express visual thoughts that, when done with feeling and integrity, become visual poetry. One doesn’t get there by brute force, one must develop a fluidity of craft that enables one’s feelings to begin to reveal […]
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