roving (in b/w)
This portfolio tells of distant places and of distance itself.
Distance can be regarded as either spatial or emotional. The lens documents this journey, freezing moments in time.
It is here that the borders dividing and binding us begin to blur. It is also here that distance finally becomes irrelevant as we begin to experience a complicity with what we see.
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