Benjamin Lee Sperry
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I'd be telling a lie if I said that the majority of these images were made for any other reason than the fact that I wanted to push that button, which would fire that contraption, and then watch what was revealed. I feel that all of us have that need to take part in the human experience and make our mark. Whether it's making hand prints on the walls of caves, or making home movies, we all want to say "I was there", and "I too lived", and this, this is the artifact from it. So when you look at these images, you will undoubtedly see me, but I hope that you also see yourself, and the ones you love.
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