Generally, I don’t photograph people. Instead, I gravitate toward pictures where humanity is evinced only by its fabrications, or the marks it leaves behind. I also appreciate depictions that allow viewers to place themselves within the frame. Similarly, there are recurring questions of mine: What is the emotional response that results from a series of images that are devoid of people? Are these people-less domains a sign of future desolation, or are they welcoming, memory-like situations to somehow relive?
As the content of my images existed before being photographed, my personal interpretation of those pictures can be multi-faceted and fluctuate. I invite viewers to draw their own conclusions about what might be happening inside the frame, and what could have influenced that activity from outside of it.