"The Invisible" is a fine art photo essay on our inherent humanity and how it, an oppressive society, and the prejudices we hold drive us apart. It explores how this is an unconscious act, despite the need for closeness to survive. I was driven to create this body of work based on my own childhood neglect, a short-lived marriage with a schizophrenic, and my personal involvement with homelessness and the LGBT community.
It is a work in progress.
Commercial photography for businesses, events, and performers.
"Spirit Manifest" is a fun body of work inspired by the concept of spirit photography that was prevalent from 1861 to 1875. It's a creepy but entertaining exploration on the idea of spirit photography remaining prevalent and uncriticized in modern society.
Each image was printed exactly once, and grace the homes of very amused collectors.