Asian Markets generally serve similar purposes, that is, the gathering place for trade, they are unique in the way that each are woven deep into the fabric of the cultures where they exist. For centuries, they have been a focal point for people of villages and in cities to go to for food and trade, but almost equally as important, they are a place of gathering for socializing. Yet, they each tell a silent story about the place where they exist. The architecture tells the story of a certain time in history, the goods on display represent the product of land and sea, the texture on the structure reveal its age. Each image is accompanied with high definition audio of what is taking place in that scene in the language of that country. The result is innovation in vision as an artist, adding human social interaction and sound as a "new dimension" to the photographic image.