One of the things I like most about photography, aside from its rich history, is the stories told through the photograph. Not only does a photo show you a story about the subject, but in many ways it tells stories about the photographer. Stories within stories, that’s how I see photographs. When I’m looking at other people’s work I often find myself wondering not only about the photograph but the story behind what led the photographer to take that shot. The idea is best summed up by Henry David Thoreau, “it’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.” Hoping all your photographic stories are seen.