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You Looking At Me

In ‘You Looking at Me’, I peel back the veil of the unnoticed observer. While street photography often thrives on candid moments, this series pivots towards direct interaction. By inching closer or lingering longer, I invite my subjects into a brief yet intense acknowledgement of my presence. The result? A raw, unfiltered gaze that bridges two strangers for a split second. In that fleeting connection, one can find a rich tapestry of emotions before the world’s expected decorum snaps back into place.