|Samore's experimental photography is well known for its narrative qualities and cinematic references. Samore explores and expands notions of the allegorical and the dramatic. In one grouping, female characters are stylistically presented in a Hitchcock-esque mis-en-sc?ne, reflected in mirrors; the imagery does not reveal a sense of before or after an event. A second grouping extends Samore's interest in fables and dreams; saturated colors reveal relationships and modes of communicationâ€”emotional and psychological. This aspect of â€ścollaged narrativesâ€ť, typical for Samore, presents a linear format, but by no means a linear story.