Photography, for me, has never been about the technical or the science. It has always been about human connection and a desire to document beauty. When I was younger, it was about concept, drama and outward expression but as my art has aged (and I along with it) it has become a much simpler and stripped movement. My desire is to shoot without pretense, without airs, without a whole lot but the air between and what sparks there. I love the concept of silent sessions where there is no need to say anything, rather let the mood and music inform the organic expression. And even as I say that, I recognize I am a creature swayed deeply by mood and later today or tomorrow or next year I will feel differently. But, that is also a part of it. I suppose you'll just never know what you'll get. But, isn't that what makes it worth doing?