Analog ➤ Digital

There are clear advantages inherent in having grown up in an analog world. Accustomed to the improvisation and makeshift problem-solving of the pre-digital era, and spending years immersed in its hands-on processes, the vastly expanded horizons of digital technology arrived at an opportune moment for those of us who straddle the divide.

Images of Images   This still series grew directly from my moving image camera work of the past decade in which observational portraits encompass both duration and stillness. These rephotographed, cropped and subtly enhanced images present human presences that convey a sense of an extended moment.

Images of Images

This still series grew directly from my moving image camera work of the past decade in which observational portraits encompass both duration and stillness. These rephotographed, cropped and subtly enhanced images present human presences that convey a sense of an extended moment.

Interpolations    Erasures and insertions both focus and obscure these images, altering them long after the taking, and tapping into the realm of editing and elision that has been a part of photography since its infancy.

Interpolations

Erasures and insertions both focus and obscure these images, altering them long after the taking, and tapping into the realm of editing and elision that has been a part of photography since its infancy.

‘70s Sequences    I was fascinated as a young artist by the seminal late 19th century explorations of movement made by Eadweard Muybridge, which are both landmarks in photography and an important precursor to cinema. In this extended body of work I thought of each exposure as a means of mapping movement, through time and space and past fixed locations that were akin to filmmaking vantage points. The digital realm has expanded my ability to realize this work as I conceived it, somewhere between photography and the cinematic.

‘70s Sequences

I was fascinated as a young artist by the seminal late 19th century explorations of movement made by Eadweard Muybridge, which are both landmarks in photography and an important precursor to cinema. In this extended body of work I thought of each exposure as a means of mapping movement, through time and space and past fixed locations that were akin to filmmaking vantage points. The digital realm has expanded my ability to realize this work as I conceived it, somewhere between photography and the cinematic.