These photos are made with iPhone, with the intention of illustrating the immediate nature of photography. By using the phone as a capturing device, I create as quickly and as simply as I wish. These are as close to first sight as it gets.
This is a series of vignettes that prod at the shifting, widening, and mundanity of having no purpose. The title refers to the idea of chasing one's dream (or passion) with the idea that it will all work out in the end. It also is a means to keep me as the photographer active in making photos. These are a collection of questions about time spent on earth.
What Lives Here Now
This project began as a contemplation of death. The death of a loved one is inevitably a chaotic occurrence, leaving mess in its wake. But as a person or family that still lives, how do we reconcile this disorder? In search of a process for rebuilding, I found and focused on instances and places that are now left over, having succeeded their peaks of vitality. Out of their wreckage, something new arises. This can be a visual representation that reminds us of the original function of that moment or location. It can also be a revelation of the newfound form that these present. These forgotten vessels did not disappear in the process of breaking down, they remain throughout time in a state of entropy. These photographs are meant to explore what is the present form of a past life, and to answer the question or statement that the project's title poses.
These are a collection of photos made in Athens, Greece and then mostly in Albania. Locations within Albania include the town of Rubik, and the cities of Lezhe, Tirana, and Shkodra.
A selection of photos made in Greece from 2012-13. Athens, Paros.
These images were taken in Massachusetts at the beach in Gloucester, at Farm Girl Farm, and at the Guilder Pond Trail on Mt. Washington.