Proof of Life

Sheila Jonah, John Drajewicz

In an increasingly self-expressive age, there are always those photographs that reach out over time and grab us in strong and gentle ways that defy easy verbalization. Perhaps they serve as visual chapter headings of our distilled experiences. Or, they could be quiet expressions of how we react to life. Illuminations of our interior values and emotions projected back upon the world. Our ongoing attempts at visual classification of our human experience.