Documentary photography was my passion for a long time. Like many others, I saw it as a political tool to catalyze positive change. I still believe that photography can help change minds but I’m more ambivalent about how that process works. Who ‘owns’ a photograph of me or you? How and where is the image presented? Who does it serve? These questions are especially pertinent in my photos of those who had just crossed into West Berlin the day after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Maybe you are in one of those photos. Does their historical value outweigh your right not to be shown? I was involved with the road protests I photographed and of course I have a point to make. It is honest but is it true?