The idea of a solitary existence or experience have always fascinated me. I am interested in capturing a quiet moment of reflection. I believe these moments are often filled with an emotional depth that is often unseen. Perhaps my fascination is tempered by my own solitary experience and contemplation. I believe there is an inherent depth to a lonely portrait. A level of vulnerability, frankness, and rawness that lays bare for all to see. There is nothing to hide behind. The subject is left to confront his/her own world. A potentially mundane, frighting, or fulfilling experience.