"The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera." - Dorothea Lange

Wednesday, April 15, 2015


Martha and Mary

Derrick and Dustin

There's an online exhibit of identical twins on Feature Shoot today. Below is the description of the concept. Click here to see the work. The above pictures of mine were selected for inclusion, but there's a lot of really good work by many other photographers!

Judged by 
Keren Sachs, Director of Content Development for Offset, a new collection of high-end stock photography and illustration from artist around the globe, the images chosen for this show capture the essence of twinness, of an unspoken bond that many wish for and few actually get to experience. An arresting portrait of one person is difficult to accomplish, but these photographs touch not on individuals so much as relationships between them, that quiet push and pull that can only exist between people who have shared a womb, a likeness, or a lifetime of memories. We can’t all have a twin, but through this diverse set of portraits, we can imagine for a brief moment what it might be like to go through live with such a companion.

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