From Several Angles Over Several Days
Over the course of three days one summer, I photographed the facade of a neglected doctor's office along Kings Highway in Brooklyn—at midday, dusk, and dawn. The resulting body of work, "From Several Angles Over Several Days," is a series detailing a two-story building at the intersection of East Midwood and Marine Park. I initially began photographing the building from afar, treating it as if it were a sculpture or monument, seeing it from all angles, but always composing it in its entirety. But the need to see details brought me closer, and I found new meanings by framing in fragments.