During years working as a photojournalist for the Baltimore Sun and Associated Press, I accumulated a large body of work documenting people and events. These images represent single moments within larger photo essays commenting on the human condition. The nature of the work itself, to me, was a living documentation of what the day to day can become or be perceived as in the public's eye. I felt I was retelling unseen human experiences that would otherwise be hidden or forgotten and making them known or understood, or more simply, remembered. This was a formative moment in my career that has embedded itself in the mindset behind all of my images.