For two million years or so, the human race has been attempting to communicate.
Stories, ideas, emotions, questions and answers. We've tried fires, smoke signals, drums and horns, all effective, but ephemeral in nature. Then came cave paintings, petroglyphs, pictograms and ideograms, from which was born a form of writing, and led to the development of the first alphabet.
Nothing could stop us now.
Cell phones, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have taken the dissemination of information to a level that was unimaginable not too long ago, sharing our opinions, thoughts and photographs with the world, every minute of every day. We all do it with the best of intentions, but how is it being received? Our perception of life is determined by our experiences, our reality, and that is as unique to each person on the planet as their fingerprint. I choose to bare my soul through photography, an art form, like any other, open to a vast spectrum of interpretation, and therefore, meaning.
Once we venture past the monosyllabic, communication, by it's very nature, is fraught with ambiguity, but that should never stop us from trying.