Wednesday, September 28, 2011


I love the story dimension of photographs. With the press of the shutter a story is caught; when others look at the picture new stories are created. For me, the stories and emotions that are captured and created in a picture are what make a photo truly compelling.

A single book, forgotten and left on the table, is the story of a school boy eager to play outside on a golden, September afternoon. It's the story of school days and boyhood and a mother happily watching her boy run. But, those aren't the only stories... the rest are up to you.