Why settle for one shot, when emotions and mannerisms illustrate the countenance of a person we either have met briefly or known since birth…
I have always been fascinated by facial expressions, just never gave much thought to shooting portraiture. This boundary was soon lifted with an opportunity-
When you photograph a face, the slightest variance in light, thought, movement, can change an expression. To capture moments of emotional ambiguity, to show the dissonance between the inner and outer life, the social and the private, the mind and its mask, is the reward of capturing the face. To meditate on a portrait is to remember the state of life between mind and face.
Various subjects, and some personal projects
Portraits, Human Element, Body language, and Physical Landscaping