As a photographer, my interest is in implication rather declaration. I am drawn again and again to images that do not present a single-point narrative. The most exciting moments are those when I see something whose meaning and narrative are unresolved, an image that can disquiet as well as please with its beauty; an image that can conceal as well as reveal.  I try to ask questions in a voice that does not shout, and the relationship between myself and an image is much like the conversation that two people not well known to each other might engage in late at night – a kind of sotto voce exchange in which the participants are required to lean toward one another, quieten down, listen carefully.