A photograph is a portal to another world. A moment frozen in time, it both encapsulates and transcends itself, opening possibilities of traveling a dozen different paths into the frame. That is why photographs lend themselves naturally to the act of creating narratives through establishing setting, character and plot. They may be a two-dimensional record of the here and now, but photography is also a glimpse into untold histories and foretelling the future. In an age of visuals, where electronics screens speak in pictures more than words, the photograph has become a viable point of contact for the creative mind to be engaged.