“It is one thing to photograph people. It is another to make others care about them by revealing the core of their humanness.” – Paul Strand.
This project is all about documenting subconscious feelings. When used correctly, a camera gives the ability to break the invisible wall people often create as a self-defense mechanism, reveling their true nature for at least one microsecond. This window of opportunity offers the photographer a chance to immortalize the expression of their true inner feelings.
These images represent more than the physical expression they portray, they represent a meditative state of mind, one which could only be achieved when the subject closes the eyes and gets in touch with his or her inner visions. With this process I try to find my own subconscious feelings through these images, which then instantly merges with the feelings of the spectator, resulting in a unique experience for each one of the viewers.
The composition of the photos is very simple and straight forward. I take the photos in my apartment in New York to every person I can: myself, family, friends, and strangers. Up to date more than 50 persons have posed for me and my camera.
muy bueno el articulo, en verdad son full interesantes las fotos, ya las habia visto pero no las habia analizado a profundidad, q bien.
P.D.: Yo quiero estar en esas fotos!!!!