The meaning of photography, to me, transcends beyond the visual, or the specific subject in question. It explores relationships, subtle connections and implicit undercurrents. In each frame, a moment is seized, and time is captured. What we see today is always a form of past preservation, a present day interpretation of the past.
Every photograph, allows us to experience its texture, not only through its light and darkness, but through its ability to juxtapose the many layers against each other, forming the fabric of society as we know today. Once you revel within the composition, being momentarily transported from reality, a bond is formed, between the viewer, the photographer and the subject. Each viewing, drawing from different perspectives, creates multiple intriguing contexts, emotions and destinations.
... and herein lies the beauty.