Faces faces faces–thirty-four, if you count a delightful movie-crew group. Fascinating faces, those major elements in movies, photography, art. Mostly one-shots, taken spontaneously in a human-scale North Atlantic city-by-the-sea in the 1990s. No predatory irony or condescension, but strong reactions– surprise, wariness, delight, self-theatricalizing, etc.
Interesting individuals, including a couple of poets, two photographers, an artist, a movie-maker, a scholar, a peace activist, a short-story writer, and the vastly knowledgeable proprietor of a jazz and blues used-record store. But no, not about bio. About selves, including the photographer's, at the moment of interfacing, in various settings, with decisive compositions and rich pre-digital B&W.
All done with the lovely lightweight Canon EOS Rebel with the classic 50mm lens and available lighting. And organized with Fraser's unique musical sequencing of distinctive units.