Vince Aletti from The New Yorker writes:

Self-portraits, taken by the photographer around the time of his fiftieth birthday, explore one gay man’s midlife crisis with candor, humor, and a bracing dash of angst. Picturing himself with real and imagined lovers, both male and female, Yamrus touches on the pleasures and terrors of growing older, though no less lusty, and weighs his decision to father a child.

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