Anna Marie Monroe By Denzil Christian

May 2018 Issue - Posted: , Updated: November 6, 2021

I use photography as a means of individualism. I make pictures for me, to identify with unseen potentials of my oddity, to recognise my veracity. A clearer understanding of myself and of my sphere allow me to explore wreckages of life as an abstract form, and also to interact with people I would otherwise not be able to involve with. My goal is to make photographs that draw viewers into the now. A focus on details keeps us in the present, it stops us from fretting on the future or regretting the past. My photographs are like a physical meditation. My choice of subject comes from my interest in ideas about beauty, and emotional connections.
-- Denzil Christian

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