To be an artist means never to avert one's eyes. — Akira Kurosawa
For Glowing Heads, photography serves every imaginable purpose, realistic to purely aesthetic. They document site locations for their films, chronicle travels here and abroad, record the natural world, street art, artists at work, musicians, political events, urban life, human happiness and suffering, manufactured rarities, abstractions, and chance encounters. Some photographs find themselves transformed as elements in newly devised creations: layered abstract images, decoupaged objects, or stimuli for collaborative projects. Through their photographs, they communicate ideas and express moods, transmit messages, and encapsulate moments. Their visual exploration is innovative and evocative, often capricious, and always worth the time to weigh and consider. For Glowing Heads, photography is a daily practice that nurtures and fuels their creative life.