My photographs explore communication, role-play, and power dynamics in the context of interpersonal relationships. I ask strangers to be my collaborators and perform for the camera with them. The staged experiences result in closed, boldly graphic, and fragmented abstractions of our bodies. 
Within a frame, my collaborator and I intertwine our bodies and immerse ourselves in darkness only to reappear for a small fraction of a second when the flash fires and a photographic exposure is made. The intensity of the strobe generates energy for our constantly evolving performance. The process sets us free. It is addictive. The more we perform, the better it feels. The sound of the shutter creates an irresistible rhythm. We move in tandem, hoping a new action will yield a successful image. This sensory experience is overwhelming and thrilling. We can’t stop doing it.
2018 - Present