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Miami, Florida, USA | October 12th, 2022

As I am advancing (I was thinking more “aging” when I typed this) in my development in photography, I find myself thinking of my passing and what I would leave in my wake. It’s hard not to think about time when you are faced with birthdays and the occasional lower back cracking sounds reminding you of your actual frailty. I started thinking of the concept of legacy. What will my body of work say about me when I am long gone?

This question added more pressure on my thoughts than I expected because I feel as though there is not enough time to explore the wealth of possibilities of art. And I am just at the beginning. This sense of emotional loss is exactly what I wanted to convey with this piece. I feel as though many of our current generation experience this haltering emotion leading them constantly to the scary question: “what now?”.

Luckily, “Alice”, a model out of Nevada whom I’d always wanted to photograph, was in town. She was the perfect candidate to pose for this set. She has this very natural slender and elongated figure that worked well for the poses accentuated by almost unnatural undulations. The result gave birth to “Corpus Operis”, which has been inducted into the halls of  The Red Series.

Hey, thanks for looking.

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