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Just Thinking: A Statement of Artistic Intent. Or, Why I Take Photographs.

Just Thinking: A Statement of Artistic Intent. Or, Why I Take Photographs.

"This is an obscure series that becomes even more interesting alongside your personal story... There is a sense of suspense and uncertainty left with viewer, which is precisely what makes these images successful. You as a photographer have created a veil of sorts that doesn’t quite allow the viewer in. Our minds are constantly trying to make sense of what we are looking at... You have withheld the literal meanings of these images, and forced us to look further, question, and perhaps walk away without resolve." -Excerpt from an anonymous review of A Certain Distance from LensCulture.

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My submission for the Tokyo International Photography festival 2016

My submission for the Tokyo International Photography festival 2016

Lives that no longer exist and disjointed memories that have become a dream mix with now. The myth we perceive as ourselves. They are not the whole of the story but they are some of the pieces I am trying to hold onto, put back together, make sense of. They exist in that contradictory space between what I know and what I feel. A close friend once told me, be careful, do you want to know the truth or do you want to be happy? I sometimes wonder what it would have been like if I had chosen happy.

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Four: A Certain Distance

Four: A Certain Distance

"... all is strange to me; I am, as it were, outside my own body and individuality; I am depersonalized, detached, cut adrift. Is this madness?" - Henri Frédéric Amiel in The Journal Intime. July 8, 1880.

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