After dining on an incredible array of portraits being produced in the fine art world today, I find that I am drawn to images where the photographer has some connection with the sitter–there is a sense of caring, sometimes loving, that comes through the lens. Lately I’ve been looking at portraits from the heyday of Hollywood, where actors were made to seem to have the most glamourous lives… which sparked an new series I’m chewing on…. of normal folk, shot in a glorified way, using the clothes and props found in their homes, so I am just heightening what is real.
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