In any photo of a person, there are typically at least three people involved: the photographer, the subject, and the viewer. I was there, someone was on the other side of the lens, and now you've joined us here. One way or another, each photo is a story that we share, and in my view that story is greater in importance than any preconception we might have of what a certain type of image should be. I consider all of these portraits, though not all include faces. These document the distillation of people, time, and space into moments I consider significant.
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