Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow My camera is a time machine. it has the amazing capacity to evoke a sense of place at a particular moment in time. this moment occurs in a fraction of a second, only happens once and is never to be repeated again. but through the magic of photography, it lives on. what’s more, photographs can convey much more than a sense of what is happening now. they offer subtle indicators about what may have already happened here and even, if we use our imagination, what is, perhaps, yet to come. after all, time is fluid. it’s in constant motion, leaving in its wake all manner of visual clues as to the who, what, when, where, and why of a given situation for the viewer to contemplate. the images in this exploration of the evidence of time reveal intimate truths about human experience, culture, atmosphere and place. these places span the globe from Italy to Istanbul to China, France, Spain and Puerto Rico. each setting has it’s own narratives to tell. open-ended and unresolved, these mysterious stories transcend the very boundaries of space and time.