Lost Venice is a project about memory and loss.
In 1986 I returned to Houston, where I lived as a small child, to recapture my early impressions of that time and place. I wanted to recreate the Houston of my past by photographing buildings and neighborhoods from the late 1950s. The older cityscapes evoke a timely and timeless chapter of American
My work explores my own relationship with male beauty, eroticism and romanticizing a Queer sensibility. My engagement with these images encompasses many hours of re-thinking and re-imagining who these men might be and my own sense of relationship with them. It is ultimately an act of romance.
The Frame Project
Through the years I realized for many of my subject the camera could be very intrusive.
Hair Stories is a series of portraits and oral narratives that have been excerpted looking at the psychology of women’s hair. Hair is more than just style or aesthetics but a metaphor for our identity, feelings, femininity and personality.