My first photograph. A meditation on mortality, transience and loss that addresses the big existential questions with an uncompromising gaze. Not bad for a nine-year-old.
An early foray into medium format.
The influence of Diane Arbus' seminal Aperture Monograph goes without saying.
A return to the themes explored in "Fish," but incorporating a richer Witken-esque symbolic vocabulary.
"New Year's Eve"
Moving away from the mannered aesthetic of "Boo" toward a Sultan-influenced narrative style focusing on family and suburban ennui.
After a long period of exploration and growth, a personal vision emerges.