We live in a state of rituals, shared and personal expectations and personal beliefs. They are burdens and they are hopes we place upon ourselves. We can’t walk in each other’s shoes but we all share happiness, pain and humility.
These images deal with those internal dialogues. Seen consistently across the facade of a church, narratives unfold across the varied postures and expressions of these Cuban people. Like a play, like a stage and like life, the images remind us that we maybe lonely, content, in love, lost or found, saved or spent but in all of that we are connected.