Exposure compensation for bellows extension on a 4×5 monorail large format camera.Read more "Hot Bellows"
Inspired by a large format photographer I greatly admire, Uta Barth, “Ode to Uta” explores the beauty of light itself and the way it interacts with in and around domestic spaces. Pulling from Barth’s use of blurred perception, I used this technique to highlight the dream like state natural light causes. Moving down, this “dream” […]Read more "Ode To Uta"
Technical Movements. Tread Carefully.Read more "What Jungle?"
This project explores the formal qualities of traditional black and white portraits compared with their content. Black and white photography is commonly used to introduce serious subject matter because of its reduction to just forms and shapes. “I’m Serious About Being Happy” uses these formal techniques in a studio setting while comparing serious and non-serious […]Read more "I’m Serious About Being Happy"
Born in a place of interwoven complexities, ‘African British American’ is a poetic conversational narrative about how I would formally describe my cultural roots. This story is partially told through text, but mostly in photographs of myself, relatives, and objects that represent moments of my life and the conversation I seem to have with […]Read more "African British American"
All photos are taken with a 4×5 large format monorail camera and black & white film.Read more "Home To Me"