Chłopak, Polish for boy, is a series of Polaroid portraits by the Delaware River. These portraits of a subject I met on a gay hook-up site question the nature of intimacy as as a commodity mediated through photography and the internet.


 These photographs are of a simple gesture, a figure turning from left to right,  are a fleeting moment that exists between myth, intimacy, and the mundane.


These images were also included in a zine, also called Chłopak, which was an edition of 125.