A story of a personal month-long journey in the South of India.
Buddha: There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth: Not going all the way, and Not starting.
In Greek mythology, Pothos (God of Longing) was one of the winged love gods born from Iris (Goddess of the Rainbow) and Zephyr (God of the Wind). He, along with Himeros (God of Desire), were brothers and chief associates to Eros (God of Love, whose Roman equivalency is also known as Cupid). Pothos remains to be largely unknown as he was not often explored in the history of stories. This body of work is a testament to these forces in nature, mainly to Pothos. The images were shot on medium format film and worked through during one year for my college thesis.
Without Four Walls
In 2013, I worked on a 3-month project recording those in New York City with no homes, photographing them while they are sleeping. Without Four Walls is shot with purposeful distance, capturing these people in their chosen space, channeling the subject’s vulnerability generated from chosen or non-intentional isolation.