[Writer, b. 1935, San Diego, d. 2003, Albuquerque, New Mexico.]
Photography is inherently occult, a medium contacting the dead without contagion.
[Photography] has a penchant for the lurid, the atrocious and the pornographic. These are facts of the medium open for exploration.
Photography is a medium that simultaneously enables the lurid and the immortal, a medium through which I may come to believe that my pain and that depicted are disparate.