He creates his own pinhole cameras specifically created to shoot a certain theme or subject and that ties into the creation of the camera. While some of his photos from the cameras aren't completely successful from a technical stand point, they do create an interesting dialog with the viewer and an interesting way of thinking about how the process and what is used to create plays a role in the creation. Even though some of them are lacking technically, I really appreciate his work and respond to it. They are all interesting and different in how the subject matter is presented. For example, his camera "Untouchable (hiv)" is made out of aluminium, copper, titanium, acrylic, and HIV positive blood that creates a #25 red filter. He uses this camera to shoot people suffering from HIV. They are my favorite photographs of his. I also really appreciate his camera "heart" which explores his relationship with his twin brother who died at birth and pregnant mothers. This series is really intriguing how he portrayed the women and their emotions.