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I'm interested in the way photographs provoke.
We all have lots of information, lots of who, what, where and when, but, without
provocation there's no drive to insight, no meaning, no you. I believe that If the
photographs in this sires, well, photographs in general, leave you, the viewer,
wondering just enough and in the right way, then, it's the answers and narratives
created in your mind that can fill you with wonder and then move you to insights.
"Stations", is a sires of stories waiting to board a train and as works of poetry, these
tales hold true. It's our documents and photographs carrying the pretext of documents,
that lie to us, all to often. A poem can touch the most ineffable truths by transcending its
literal content; and so it is with a photograph, that if it's only worth a thousand words,
it's taking up to much space. Photography needs to roam where words can't.
I hope to find an unspoken language in every viewer.