This series of my work explores the evolution of icons and mythologies within American culture that are affected by the emersion of new technologies.
“Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder” – Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
In a society where who you are, is dictated by what you do and who you know, a woman’s shoes are a true indicative.
I focus on unguarded moments showing a couple eating, resting, talking, feeling bored, listless, being sexual, et cetera…
Untitled [Cochlea] began in 2006 and was completed in 2008.
I had fallen in love with bones at the age of 12 when I was diagnosed with scoliosis.
Here is a part of a collection called Animal Within.
3/3 11″x14″ Woodblock print
In a post-digital society, we are constantly bombarded with sensory data; the Internet, cell-phones, and the latest nano-gadgets have intersected our daily lives.
These images are silver gelatin prints created in a traditional wet-process darkroom using non-tradtional techniques.