Regarding Henry

Regarding Henry

Photography is not unlike parenthood, where one sees life anew through a different set of lenses. Not having any brothers or being exposed to the world of boys growing up, my own son’s childhood provides me with a new perspective on the wonders of baseball, skipping stones, and taking a running leap into a cold lake.

My son Henry has taught me more than I ever could have imagined. He’s taught me about patience and perseverance, about being loud and being quiet, about laughing and more laughing and most importantly, how to love.

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