Throughout the entirety of my life, the view I take in has always seemed slightly off.
America feels almost ephemeral from Thailand.
The Christian Evangelicals were sold on lies and the Bible Belt lined the fuck up.
I think it’s important to take photographs of the people you love. Even if they don’t want them.
More often than not, a real moment that you create is often just a simple shift of your perspective. A nudge. That’s why they are so hard to get right.
If given a choice, the option to blend into the wall or darkness and somehow become invisible is always the most enticing. Being seen presents difficulty for me. It feels like exposure. Defenselessness. And the resulting behavior is disconcerting for the people around me. I get it.