Providece 2005 (a pilot project)"The natural freedom of childhood is dead within us. The conventional freedom of riper years is struggling to birth, and its efforts are sometimes ludicrous to an unsympathetic observer. We all have to pass through that painful era of self-consciousness, which prefaces manhood, that time when we feel so deeply, and are so utterly unable to express to others, or even to define clearly to ourselves, what we do feel." -The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll
I wanted to show characters that seem childish, weird and often tragic. I do not judge them. But within them, I feel there is something so pure; a kind of tragic beauty that in a way brings an unappreciated and unflinching moment to lives that others would rather ignore, depreciate, or simply make fun of. It is in these lives that something so big and so moving is taking place.