My name is Carroll, and I take photographs.
I am 30 years old.
I’ve been photographing people for the last ten years.
When I was younger, it was something close to an obsession. Now, older, I hesitate to admit it.
But under my skin and under my organs, there’s something alive that just won’t die.
And the older I get, and the farther I go, and the longer I keep at it, the more important it becomes.
Not about making money or creating a body of work. Not about a vision or an idea, art or science.
Just an obsession.