Today I went out to start a new personal series called "Assembly". I'll be working on it throughout this winter while I'm home in Wilmette. I'm shooting this one entirely on 35mm film. This is one of the outtakes (for now, it might make more sense once I work through more of the series).
The rest of the series and a lot more of my work can be found at my website which you can find right here.
Monday, November 7, 2011
For the past couple of weeks I've been expanding my work with architecture and diptychs in an effort to put together a full book. It's nowhere near complete, but I have put together a few things at this point. Here's a quick preview of what's to come:
Will post a link to the finished book once it's complete (although because it's being done through a custom book publishing site the price will be outrageous).
Monday, September 12, 2011
Sunday, July 31, 2011
A diptych combining shots taken over four years apart from each other. The bottom was shot in 2007, after a house at the end of my block had been condemned and was boarded up. The top shot was taken this year, after the old house had been demolished and a new house was built up, recently seeing its tenants.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Monday, June 27, 2011
Moses is a triptych made from found imagery. A while back I found a strip of photos sitting in a photo booth, left by the previous user. I was bothered by the fact that the previous users were in fact two parents with their newborn. I scanned in these photos and clipped only the face of their child.
I chose to focus on the child's face as his expression wasn't forced, even if his place in the photo was. The name Moses is used because in a sense the parents left the child for whoever found him next by leaving their photos in a photo booth.