My art practice is based on a study of the photographic language and process. This study is the foundation used to create works in conjunction with my fascination with specific social and cultural environments, the way technology affects our communication, and the way we interact with photographs as historic objects.
My work is made up of distinct series. I research and develop specific ideas which I am interested in exploring as a body of work. I then adopt a technique and process which will support, expound upon, and relate to the theme I am working on. As an enthusiast of the hands-on photographic process, along with my strong interest in the meanings imbedded in photographs, I always think about my work in a meta-narrative context; my photographs are always about photography.
The creator of these inventive yet enigmatic images discusses the inspiration behind his re-photographing method, his deep appreciation for analog film processes and also offers some great advice for aspiring photographers. Enjoy!
An inspiring interview with the creator of this series, which appropriates anonymous found negatives in a unique manner to create thought-provoking new art works.