I have always asked myself "what is reality?" What is its essense, what if anything, lurks behind the everyday appearance of things - behind our superficial assumptions about what is real? The camera to me is a way to try and penetrate beyond, to go deeper, to raise questions, to find hints. I like to look at things with too much complexity for me to define in order to try to go beyond my personal perceptual limitations. I wonder about things like "anthropomorphism" and if the things we see that look like us are just our projections or perhaps resonances, or the result of similar causative forces. I have many questions but few answers. Cartier Bresson said everytime he took a picture he was saying "yes, yes" to life. His wonderful work reflects this. Everytime I raise my camera it is as though I am saying "What, what"?
this image is used to maintain space
this image is used to maintain space