David Dominic, Jr.
I could write a bunch of words here. But words tend to be only detailed advocates for the narrator. Frequently they control the narrative with a hidden iron grasp and guide the reader into only one possible path, agreement with the author, unless you are a persistent devil's advocate. One of the things that I love about photography is that it presents something to the viewer with little more than the image and maybe a title and it lets the viewer write the chapters. Depending on the viewer's time commitment to the photograph, the chapter can be very Sir Thomas Mallory, or it can be Shakespeare. Below are photographs of me to give you some of the chapter names of who I am. If you are a devil's advocate, you could ask "What photographs has he left out?" and I would applaud you.