My Reconstructed Space portfolio is made up of abstract landscape images taken around the world. My intent is to share the hidden realities I see with my altered sense of depth perception.
Born cross-eyed, corrective surgery left me with no depth perception. As a result, I developed a different way of seeing things, measuring spaces, layers and distances that I use in my photography.
Once I select a scene, I deconstruct then reconstruct it to show the audience my take on the place. In my reconstructed images the locations become ambiguous. The subjects are both familiar and yet elusive. However, there is normally something that allows the audience to define the space for themselves… to pull them into my work. This allows the audience to be part of the act of creation. I want them to engage in my abstract landscapes.