I look at the auto and facade series as portraits in their own right and feel the lack of people in them enhances the quiet stillness of the images. I approach the series of cars and facades as if they are posing for me.
For the first twenty five years of my career I was strictly a black and white film photographer. Then, on my first trip to Cuba, a whole new world opened up visually. The rich rawness and beauty of the landscape and the people was so energized and immediate. It screamed out to be documented in the color format. I just followed my heart.
- Excerpt from conversation between David Caras and Mark Feeney for Art News