‘Portrait of Jennie’
FOR LANE CRAWFORD
“What is it that makes a man and a woman know that of all the other men and women in the world, they belong to each other? And Is it just chance their being alive in the world at the same time?”
“No. No others. There is just one you must love. One you must seek until you find.”
WHERE TO FIND THE ‘ONE’ BOOT YOU NEED?
Lane Crawford, of course.
This work is inspired by the 1948 black/white film, ‘Portrait of Jennie’. It is a time-travel tale of Jennie who finds Adam, an artist who is down on his luck. Magic begins when he starts to draw her portrait. Taking this concept to heart, I interpreted my vision of a girl walking in the city of Hong Kong. We chose locations that would add whimsical elements of time, charm, and personality to these boots.
This 4-week photography exhibition was displayed at Lane Crawford, IFC in Hong Kong.