"Two" is a collection of photographs that represent the interaction of a pair of people in a variety of contexts. As someone who finds watching humans attempt to relate to one another probably one of the most entertaining things in the world, I decided to narrow the focus to the potentially most awkward situation: a couple. Whether it be desperate mating rituals, insincere pleasantries, or honest kinship, when you reduce a group down to two members, both must deal with the situation in a totally different manner. In observing these pairings, you can really see the psychology of each party involved; the way they respond to one another, their comfort level, what they would like the other person to think about them. Some barely acknowledge that they are in the company of another person, while others are fully engaged. Take note of body language, facial expressions, and the context of each image. Also take note not to think of this as a brutal probing into the human psyche in our modern times; these are pictures. Feel free to now smile as though you've just pooped.