George is the subject of exhibition, in the context of Portraiture. My subject’s rendering is a process of serendipity. The goal while shooting was to capture George’s representation at its most instinctual level.

My subject’s mind does not sit still and the beauty of George begins with his mind. Uniqueness becomes physical as the body expresses the workings of his mind. The genius that is George comes from an inability to sit still. As we shoot in a suburban rumpus room, his action is rendered still, quiet and peaceful but holds an absurdity that belongs only to George.