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if one were to move to Paris,
but not at once, instead by periodic visits,
then certain locations, moments and situations will be formed slowly.
in this monograph,
the photographs settles on certain images of Paris to convey a slow migration that never happened... or has yet to happen,
and continues as random bursts of days, or weeks.
the book's layout is meant to give a dynamic of Paris by looking at two pages simultaneously.
•• the book edition is available through the author as a signed copy with a custom-made print — a numbered edition of 22 copies.
a Paris based photographer, with time through out the year spent in San Francisco, photography is used as means to a quest, to show how I see, not so much what I see, and the books are about revealing the vision of that quest on the subject. interests also include concert, wedding and portrait photography that emphasize elusive moments, rather than emphasizing the wow and expected moments.