Horan often finds portraiture to be quite mysterious. Is seeing a powerful portrait truly witnessing the unfolding of the inner self in front of a lens? Or do viewers also project their interpretations onto, and in this case, anthropomorphize, the images? After photographing so many sheep (and countless humans), he still doesn’t know.
Of course sheep have an “inner self”, Horan just needs to spend a little more time with his subjects.
Anyway, I’m surprised there’s no wardrobe or makeup credits!