The Human Touch | 2018
13.5” x 10” archival pigment print photograph, giclée on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta
21” x 16” x 1” signed, framed & matted | Edition of 5 + AP
I came upon a model who had positioned himself on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He had painted himself many times over to achieve the look of a statue. People were keeping their distance from him, unsure whether to engage. The sun was setting behind the museum, and at the risk of losing what seemed, to me, a very profound statement about the future of humanity, I drew very near in pursuit of striking the balance for this shot.