Photographing, even though – I believe – doesn’t need an explanation or this type of association, I don’t see a problem comparing it to an anthropological endeavor; one in which the photographer, as well, has to part with any pre-conceived ideas or dogmas and more than anything else with stereotypes of how things should or could unfold. This is the mindset I came to Wexford with and my photographs of the Town and its people are a direct reflection of it.

As Alex Webb puts it, photographers are “at the mercy of the world and the world only gives them so much”. Generously, Wexford gave me a lot more than a photographer could ever hope for, thus making my photographs a necessary but – I sometimes feel – unworthy, infinitesimal sign of gratitude.

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