Treachery of Intent (2010)
As a professional photographer, I am always given the camera at family events. Once I got into art school, my grandfather especially would always hand me his camera to take pictures for him. A family event would suddenly be turned into a job, and a barrier dropped and distance instantly created between me and the event which would be taking place. In response to those situations, I wanted to give tangibility to my usually invisible influence and direction toward the subject as someone who is rarely in front of the lens of the camera.