1. "DownSideUp"

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  2. "Duality"

    mise-en-scene photo shoot
    and Molly Fried as the fabulous model

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  3. "Passerby"

    and life goes on

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  4. "Fungus"

    I like pictures of trees, and I like this one because the tree on the very right has a face. A face like one of those evil trees that come out in Disney movies. 

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  5. "Crystal Prisms"

    Transform us, so Your light and glory may shine through.

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  6. "Amazing Love"
    that words can not begin to describe

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  7. "Illumination"

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  8. "Barber Shop"

    photographed by Deborah Kim 

     

  9. "Chess Club"

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  10. "Just Waiting"
    At LAX Baggage Claim

    I wonder what she’s thinking about; what troubles are overpowering her thoughts, what struggles she’s encountered and will encounter. 

    Is she distressed? Is she tired? Is she sad? Or maybe just waiting for her bags to appear, for her husband to pick her up, for a promotion, for her mom to get better, for her friend to forgive her, for a miracle to happen, for a life changing experience.

    Just waiting.

    photographed by Deborah Kim 

     

  11. "Sunset"

    This is what I was actually trying to take a shot of.

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  12. "Sunset Peek"

    Took this in a bus, and just as I was taking the picture the bus jumped and out came this. The bottom black strip is the bus seat in front of me. I thought it was cool. 

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  13. "Ray"
    Somewhere in LA. Quite unfortunate that my lens was not clean. 

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  14. "Sky Blue"

    photographed by Deborah Kim

     

  15. "You"

    I feel myself falling deeper and deeper in love with You, and it is so unbelievably satisfying and amazingly peaceful and inescapably real. 

    photographed by Deborah Kim