Many of your black-and-white compositions are tinted with an antiquated sepia tone. Is this a personal fingerprint on your style? If so, what attracts you to this particular motif?
This is definitely a personal fingerprint and to be honest, I'm just now learning to save my process steps so that I can go back to reuse these tones when I need to. My printer used to call my tones sepia until they realized it was something else. They are used to it now and they call the tones MB Custom. The funny thing about it is, I didn't mean to do things this way. It just happened and right now in this very moment as you ask me this question I realize it's a thing! I believe what attracts me to this motif is the look and feel. The stories I tell tend to be of a historic nature and it feels like the images should look time period appropriate.