"In the service industry, I always felt that we who serve the public become faceless to the people we serve. Especially for those who work in customer service. They don't know us, nor do they care. We provide a function and that's all. We are like computers or robots are we not? So we surround ourselves with little things that remind us of our humanity. Pictures of the beach. Figurines from movies that made us laugh. Things that reminds us of who we are that those on the other side of the phone are completely unaware of."
LIBERATION. The images are of people that you see everyday virtually anywhere; in the office, their home, the gym. They appear as if they understand themselves, know what’s important and are in tune with what they are passionate about. Is that what is truly real? They know this deep inside and it's like a warm feeling. It's the kind of feeling you get on a warm summer day when your mind is free to wander. Imagine having that feeling all the time. Being the modern world as it is where things always seem to be closing in and we eventually become the countless number of faceless people doing what it is we're supposed to do. How do we know ourselves and keep from being lost in the crowd? Maybe it's something that they know that the...
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