ON MY WORK
Photography is the only satisfactorily reflective practice in my life. I take photographs to reflect on what is inside me, friends, and the endless array of objects around us. Urban landscape is a particularly reflective surface because it flourishes only through our constant transitions. Personal space is equally reflective because it becomes a locus for the reconfiguration of self, even for a short period.
As someone who is Queer, Black, and Jewish, I like to think my photographs play at the intersections of marginalities. Much of what shows up in this space is marked by the act of photography, and would otherwise remain unmarked, or beyond visibility. Through my practice, I seek to mark that which is semi-visible or invisible, at the margins of the eye, the city, the bystander, or the photographer.