I always start with a script (photos taken by myself),
but I don't ever follow it all the way through to the end.
A lot more happens when I open myself up to the work and let
myself act and react to it. It's a form of interaction while
I'm working on the images. By moving around taking pictures
and later transpose these photos in to a new image, so I feel
free from the borders of camera, object and time.
For me it's a process of discovery and continuous, which is far
from beliefs, sequences of thoughts, and so-called knowledge.
I call it HyperPhotography or HyperPhotos.
Photographer and Artist
New York City