As the only child of a single mother, I grew up a quiet observer, most of my time spent alone, I learned to live comfortably in that space. Through a mixture of landscapes, scenes and self portraits, using a 4x5 camera and film, I explore the way we live and invite the viewer to revel in these moments and give permanence in the fleeting nature of modern day culture. These photographs show my world, the world of someone on the cusp of a generation that cares so much for the past and one lost in a seemingly apathetic future. They are images full of detail and technical precision that I use to fully understand myself and my emotions. Though subtle, they speak about time, age, and masculinity as I’ve experienced the shift from the Information Age to the Post-Information Age.
67 West St Studio, 500