I don’t like television but sometimes certain image catch my photographer’s eye. I realized that there is a different way to watch television, one far removed from the hypnotized, mindless way we’re used to watching it. I began to put together this story with images gleaned here and there, which might seem strange to some, but will be naive and beautiful for others.
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