Sometimes it is what you don't see that makes you see more. When I make pictures, I like to explore the
dichotomy between what is immediately apparent and what lies obscured in a given situation. In a
simple setting, a group of trees, a staircase, a room, a story unravels. I rarely preplan a picture. Instead i
wait for the subject to react to the situation. I look for tension, the small details of their body language
that twist the scene to reveal an unnerving sensuality.
I shoot with a 35 mm Nikon Nikormat camera, 50 mm lens and use only available light.
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