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In terms of the way I shoot my photographs and the way in which I achieve the colors I want, I’d say it’s all very natural. I do very little in post these days. But all together, I’d say my style has become somewhat surreal. Not the way Salvador Dali is surreal, but maybe more in the way Ryan McGinley is surreal. Not to say my work is similar to McGinleys’s, it’s not really, I just mean the moments I’m creating and or capturing often feel and look stunning, like Ryan’s do too. There’s this immediate “naturalness,” to McGinley’s work because everyone is nude, and running around in forests and things. But it’s funny, because there’s really nothing natural about being nude and running around in a forest. When was the last time you did that? So, at the same time, it’s sort of surreal. The subjects in my photographs are typically captured looking fairly normal, doing fairly normal things, but via lighting and angle I add an element of surreal. I’m really inspired by Dicorcia’s process, which is really similar to what I just described as my own.