This series of photographs—my first—entitled Passing Through, aims to reflect on my recent experiences with the transience of youth, solitude, and the relationships between subject and artist, resident and transient—concepts I contended with, while at the same time learned to embrace.
To quote Virginia Woolf from her novel, The Waves:
And I shall pass, incredible as it seems, into other lives;
this is only an escapade perhaps, a prelude only
yet I think bound in my adventuring to conquer after huge suffering, bound, surely, to discover my desire in the end.
Each photograph was taken abroad in central Europe, in the spring of 2018, on a Pentax 645N medium format camera, using the following film: Kodak Portra, Fujifilm Pro, & expired Kodak T-Max.