These images are an emotional exorcism of sorts, they represent my struggle to reconstruct a life without the very thing that I thought defined it.Before my relationship ended suddenly, it had  become a catalyst for accessing a new way of making photographs, helping me define my own identity as a man. The breakup brought dramatic change to my work and I tapped into feelings that I never knew existed within me: panic, regret, fear and loss. This work chronicles the loss of the man I loved, and the importance of that relationship in defining my identity.

Essay by Paula Tognarelli

Review on the Boston Globe

Review by Elin Spring