High Contrast, Abridged
Project info

This collection of photographs, captured over the course of two years, registers an immediate sense of urgency with its visual language. Each image can be thought of as a self-contained struggle: the struggle of natural form between sea, air, and land, the struggle of structure upon an urban landscape, the struggle of politics amongst civilians and authority figures. This theme of strife and the dichotomies implicit within it can be traced in each image and complement the visual contrast of the photographs with contextual tension.