My quest, through the magic of light and shadow, is to isolate, to simplify and to give emphasis to form with the greatest clarity.
In my youth, my only real dream was to play for the Dodgers. It’s still my dream. —henry.
I will always seek light. —henry.
A place for stillness… Often times, in the midst of activity, I find myself drawn to those places that invite me to be still.
nostalgia, a fact: more photos are taken every day collectively by 20th century photographs than photos taken during the entire 19th century
I cannot imagine the weight of her thoughtfulness. —henry
As the timer is blinking Gus says, “Don’t smile—it’ll be badass.” I wish I had.
I often wonder in our connected stillness if he can feel my joy—my pride as I sit so close to him. Would a smile have said how much I loved sitting on the cold floor with him? Maybe it would have song my overwhelming gratitude knowing that he too still holds fast to these fleeting moments? A smile might have shown how I was able to miraculously fit all our welcomed vulnerability of love in that split second of time it took for the shutter to open and close. I wonder if, someday, when he looks at this photo, a smile would have said that clearly to him. I wish I had smiled. —henry
I prefer black-and-white photos for aesthetic reasons. Color describes, black-and-white interprets.