awesome job. each of your portraits has a different feel. greatness is obviously seen in your work. hm, i hope to see your work someday in vogue (or some other awesome magazine). maybe someday you could work with annie leibowitz!
There's an honesty here, as in so much of your expression. Don't take this as flattery, it isn't, but it's not insult either.
People think of periods in life as perfect, but nothing ever is for everyone, I guess I love the how real it is in your work, carefully pressing against a person's need to just keep going without something shattering into their steady moments.
These pictures have a high fidelity of feeling, something rare even on DA where so much gather for one single reason of need to vomit a cacaphony of pure unbridled expression of the true living condition: to see what your head lovingly teases into blurry passionate intensities that keep changing, slipping, sliding aside; until in something permanent and exposed it's given form and something we can see without our minds; giving us a chance to breathe and perhaps for once, hear our heart.
Thanks for being open, thank you for reminding me that there is honesty, for perhaps no other reason than itself.