Mark Epstein uses the camera to tell stories in the fragmented, imperfect, compelling way that only photography can; it is both true and fictive. For him, photography is not about photography but rather, in the frozen moment, he is trying to find something the eye does not notice, something to do with light and life. But he hasn’t got much further than that yet.
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
 Mark Epstein uses the camera to tell stories in the fragmented, imperfect, compelling way that only photography can; it is both true and fictive. For him, photography is not about photography but rather, in the frozen moment, he is trying to find something the eye does not notice, something to do with light and life. But he hasn’t got much further than that yet.
       
     

Mark Epstein uses the camera to tell stories in the fragmented, imperfect, compelling way that only photography can; it is both true and fictive. For him, photography is not about photography but rather, in the frozen moment, he is trying to find something the eye does not notice, something to do with light and life. But he hasn’t got much further than that yet.