Digital Disguises from the master of photography manipulation. Masquerading (as myself) is a see-it-to-believe-it collection of found images in which artist and trickster, Bryan Johnson-French, has expertly used modern technology to seamlessly implant his own very flexible image in place of others effectively displacing their personalities. He has stolen identities and entire scenes. Could this first volume containing over 200 altered images be the diary of a madman? Is it art? Is it an obsession? It is remarkable and a little twisted, that is certain.