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Photography is just light remembering itself.
My creative process begins when I get out with the camera and interact with the world. A camera is truly a license to explore. There are no uninteresting things. There are just uninterested people.
It's equally hard and labor intensive to create an image on the computer as it is in a darkroom. Believe me.
I have gradually confused photography with life.
I think of my photographs as being obviously symbolic, but not symbolically obvious.
Of course, in order to make art, the frustration of not working has to be greater than the frustration of working.
When the entire process becomes a prescribed ritual that does not allow for spontaneous variations and reactions, the vitality of the medium and our relation to it suffers.
The goal of the artist is not to resolve life's mysteries, but to deepen them.
My visual quest is driven by a desire to create a universe capable of supporting feelings and ideas.
Ultimately, my hope is to amaze myself.
The anticipation of discovering new possibilities becomes my greatest joy.
I think of many of my photographs as being obviously symbolic but not symbolically obvious. There isn't any specific correlation between the symbols in this image and any content that I have in mind.
It is the illusion of knowledge, not ignorance, that keeps one from growing.
I'm really very concerned with helping to create an attitude of freedom and daring toward the craft of photography.
I try to begin working with no preconceived ideas.
The camera is a fluid way of encountering that other reality
The creative process can sustain itself throughout the entire celebration of photography.
In the arts there are many right answers.
The truth is that one is more frequently blessed with ideas while working.
I've learned over the years that when you get a clue to another possibility to follow it through.
I have gradually confused photography and life and as a result of this I believe I am able to work out of myself at an almost precognitive level.
All knowledge is self-reflective.