New York, NY
At 11, I picked up an old Nikon-F and got hooked on seeing thru the viewfinder. Decades later the tech may be new, but the urge to document, to fix impressions of fleeting moments and to bind them, remains undiminished. What has evolved is my understanding of the frame, a feature so central to how images are organized it's almost invisible. My various projects these past few years look to stretch this container. In TrainPans the "Decisive Moment" isn't fractions of seconds but stretches towards minutes, and the camera may move miles in the "instant" of a particular image.