Text by Paz Puente Greene
Every photograph is the humbling proof that no matter how blissed the
capture may be, our capacity to see will always be hopelessly flawed
Taking a photograph is the silent acceptance of a borrowed spiritual
gift, it reveals the true dimensions of inner space, the ability and
the willingness to welcome what really is, not what appears to be.
Every photograph is a mysterious and kind deed tattooed on the
unexposed film or memory card that turns to be the photographer's
soul in a given moment.
That's why being a photographer requires much more than a Japanese
passport, the ownership of an expensive camera or the compulsive drive
to store personal memories in an album or a computer folder.