Posts tagged “sense of place

Winter Windows

Untitled Project

December 2011

Just some personal shooting.  I’ve been fascinated with shooting into buildings through their windows at night lately.  Interesting ideas there…


One Day in Sarasota: Alleys

One Day in Sarasota : Alleys

August 29th, 2011

This is my contribution to a recent project called One Day in Sarasota, which involved all of the other photo students in my year.  The idea behind the project was to shoot a subject of our choice, somewhere in Sarasota, Florida on August 29th, 2011.  The end result is a series of diptychs that feature small, meditative glimpses of some of the city’s hidden facades.


Twice

Untitled Open 4×5 Project

April 2011

Using a 4×5 View Camera, I created a series of double exposures relating to domesticity and my relationship with my permanent home outside of college.


Nocturnes I-IV

Nocturnes I-IV

January 2011


Afterworlds I

Afterworlds I

December 2010


Still water, the physical world ends and gives way to a fluid mystery.  Water is a symbol in many cultures of deep knowledge, a conduit of energy between worlds, and an entrance to worlds beyond.  These are not mirrors, but doorways.  This seems to be a continuation of the other work I’ve been doing this month during my time off.


Photo Flood: Old Film Work

Miscellaneous Film Work

June ~ November 2006


This is just a scattering of random orphaned projects from my time in the Midwest.  I have a lot of negatives from this time period that were never printed or digitized, they’re just sitting around waiting to be printed or scanned; and this is what I have in digital from that mess so far.  A lot of these were taken in industrial complexes/rail yards near Omaha, St.Louis, and Kansas City.


Warmth

Warmth

December 2010

 

Personal work during my time off.  Trying to reinvent the way I look at the space around my apartment.


Artist Book – ‘Sense of Place: April 2010’

Artist Book – ‘Sense of Place: April 2010’

April 2010

This was an open final for an Alternative Process course I took last spring.  I was completely free with my choice in concept and materials, so I tailored the project to fit a personal series that I had wanted to do.  I carried a Diana Mini 35mm film camera with me nearly everywhere I went for the course of two weeks and shot places and people that represented my life and environment.  I culled the twenty best images from this period, digitized them, printed them on matte stock presentation paper, and finally created a handmade artist book featuring dymotype text alongside the images.  The final product is an encapsulation of those two weeks from a very personal point of view made into an everyday, accessible object.