Informed by major events in his own life, Gaz's
Ensnared series explores themes of loss, memory, transition, and transformation.
Throughout these images ensnarement is allegorized by the actions and effects
of the archetypes of hunter and hunted. Gaz finds these roles to be oddly interchangeable,
caught up in a cycle in which each is trapped by the other—where neither is
ever free of the other's influence, but nevertheless transformation still takes