Photography is an art form, an expression of one's ethos, a manifestation of that something intangible that cannot be referenced, categorized or labelled. But, at the same time, it is also a mirror to the social and material, technological and scientific milieu in which we function. What is, at one level, subjective and personal is, in the same contradictory moment, objective and public. This moment of contradiction best exemplifies our work. It defines most eloquently the vast variety of our experience, the broad sweep of the photographic canvas and the minutest detail of vision and technique. This innovation, both of technique and subject matter, underlies our work.

What distinguishes our work is the ability to use diverse technological mediums, themes, socio-political environments, aesthetics and give them coherence, to make the apparent contradictions meaningful - but not necessarily to resolve them.