"Since its invention, photography has been intimately linked to memory. Black and white photography exemplifies that metaphor: the memory has faded, the colors are obscured. Pinhole photography takes this a step further: now the details are muted and everything has the same indistinctness. I am endlessly fascinated by these relationships. When I realized I could poke a hole in a box and create evocative images with nothing but a piece of film and a bottle of chemistry, a whole world opened up to me."