During a trip to Liverpool I was able to seize a few stolen moments and selfishly indulge my passion; photography.
I could take photographs of landscapes, architecture, food or cars, but it’s pointless, I’m not very good at it and there are many outstandingly talented photographers already doing that. For me it’s people. Not models in thought-through choreographed poses, but people. Normal everyday people.
I’m drawn towards the fragility of human beings. We are such delicate flowers, all of us, no matter how we perceive our external armor, and every now and then you’ll find one of those micro fragilities in someone.
Normal everyday people and their micro fragilities.