By pushing the boundaries of conventional black and white photography, I produce large scale, life size, one-of-a-kind photograms, creating imagery as no one has done before.
Objects live in the light and light wraps around them and I capture that living dance on 2D, still, photo paper. Unlike conventional photography, each piece is a one-of-a-kind, like a painting.
All persons and objects are not only instruments in imagery, but also declare a statement about the medium itself. We are forced to recognize a new aspect of the person or object touching the surface, the form itself.
The work also makes one cognizant of the relationship we have with objects. We almost always have an object in our hands, whether it be a phone, pen, fork, cup, remote control, gun, bible or flowers. We are dependent on them and they define us.