A face out of no where. Each day feels further from the last. When I moved to this city I found myself lost in discovery. The whole place felt like another world, another moment in other people's lives. Over the years the feeling of discovery was rarer and rarer and I started feeling more comfortable where I was. No more walks alone with my camera late at night. No more rainy days of running around snapping the unaware eye. These days I feel like I'm looking for something, someone. A face out of the crowd that will stop a moment.
In the morning I feel alone, that slow fade from black and blue to pink and orange. Its a moment that never loses its discovery.
Alone In The City is the first print I made in my convex paneling. Like a bay window, it engulfs the viewer into the atmosphere of the photograph. I can't think of a better way to display my paneling then convexing panels. They complement the expansion of scenery that paneling produces.