At Home with Maxwell Granger.HOMELY
NM: The photos of the women in their homes have such a heart warming feeling. Wether is the lighting, location or models. Who are the women in the photos? Did they enjoy being photographed?
MG: Some enjoyed the photos, some didn’t. I wasn’t really sure if any or all of them would, but it was a mixed bag. They are a collection of women that are associated to me in some way, relating to my mum.
NM: From the same series, you have a few shots of outdoor greenery and a shot of black boots. These images remind me remind me of the first few things that are usually seen before entering a family home. It seemed as if you were telling the beginning of a story. Was this your intention? Do you try to include this in all of your work?
MG: I don’t know if I really want to tell a story, more just give a bit of context. Id like to shed light on a perspective of the way these people live to some degree. I don’t think I really try...
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