In all of my work, I strive to leave the completion of the work to a mental act of the viewer. In this body of work I try to imply a moment, when some statement or realization is reached, and leave the details of the larger narrative to the fertile mind of the viewer. To achieve this end I use candid photographs which, though sometimes bizarre in subject, are still documentation of a natural moment, something happening whether I was there to take the picture or not. And I use the "cartoon" icons of speech and thought bubbles, a commonly recognized symbol which serves as an instant gateway into the implied action. Its commonality almost begs the viewer to read it and become involved in the action of the piece. It also focuses the viewer on a particular subject or imply a figure that is hidden to the eye.
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