"Bare Men" portrays the male nude as a human and a work of art, not simply a utilitarian device. It celebrates men who are comfortable in their skin, relaxed, powerful, erect, vulnerable. The images share moments of joy, the power of release, physical angst and ease of masculinity. "Bare Men" offers glimpses into their private moments. The viewer is privy to two relationships: the man and the photographer and the man and himself while in some instances is invited to join in.