Implied in the word “being” is an actuality - something that truly exists and is real. In order to accept one’s own being as real, one must accept the world as real and, more importantly, as it is. To the witness, subjects appear to lift themselves from their given context and frame a moment of pause, free from the resistance of our baggage—beauty in the abstract. This is a selection of a less mediated group of images spanning many years yet held together by a state of being. Often images in this holding pen become the start of a serious investigation.
What do you think?