“Suspicion” is one of the first photographic mystery/romance mini-series. “Suspicion” focuses on the developments in a relationship when the individuals get to a point where they view each other through the prism of suspicion. This series emphasizes how the couple responds.
"The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend” (R. Davies). On the surface, this series explores the ambiguity of visual clues in a documentary style. How interactions in a relationship may be seen as suspect depends on how the clues are read. Is there any truth here, or are we misreading the clues because of our tainted perceptions?
The series’s style is an experimental use of cinematic narrative photomontage, digital distortion, appropriation and cinematographic movie techniques.