· Photography is about a feeling, an emotion: the chance of capturing in the flight of a moment the realization of one’s own being.
· Every image is about being: acceptance, rejection, becoming.
· Questions arise, answers belated, moments placed under observation for the perusal of being.
· The perilous beauty of the gaze defines the vicarious moment of the viewer’s being.
· The frame refrains from being through the spatiotemporal objectification of being. It re/frames [the] truth [of a moment] through the spurious parameters of objective subjectivity.
· Images deposit layers of verisimilitude upon the naked truth of being.
· Lines and curves trace the spatiotemporal transience of being.
· In absence of light, form takes place.
· Beauty transcends reality: it defines the space of time through its immediacy to Being.
· Temptation derives it power through the intertwined desires of Being and Non-Being.
· Shadows fall on the sensuous trappings of Being.