The photographs I create employ traditional silver gelatin photographic materials used in an unconventional way. the technique I use to develop and post process my prints veer away from the conventional approach where a photograph is a window to another world. Instead my aim is to create photographs with color and texture that become their own object and are unreproducible. Through using toners and developers that are modified or self invented the otherwise black and white images are transformed into a work that has the feel of being handmade rather than produced from a machine.
I choose to avoid using titles so that the viewer may draw their own personal associations to the work rather than being directed to a preconceived conclusion.
Several series of full color photographs, Masonry, Geothermal, Invertebrate and Nyctophilia in contrast are created with digital technology but also employ an unconventional approach to the medium.
Model Society Book, Cheshire Scott
Praterinsel, Munich, Germany - Exhibition Catalog
Munchner, Merkur - Exhibition Review
Photo Technik International - Germany
HQ Magazine - Germany
Polaroid P Magazine - Europe Wide Publication
Schwartzweiss, Munich, Germany
Marie Claire, Germany
(Not only) Black+White, Australia
PH Magazine, Canada
Enamored Magazine, USA
Creative Guts Zine, NH
El Cabrito, La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain
Praterinsel, Munich, Germany
Foto Factory, Munich, Germany
Gallery Sarajo, Munich, Germany
Gallery Kayafas, Boston MA
rMFA Rochester Museum of Fine Art, NH
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