One evening at dusk, I was photographing a beautiful East-facing scene of clouds reflecting the softly glowing colors of the setting sun onto a winding river. On turning 180 degrees to the West, I was met by a captivating sunset splashing vibrant color over the ocean waves and sandy beach. I became intrigued with the idea of capturing different views of a space within the same moment in time. So started my inquiry into spatial perception with my "Mixed Vantage" portfolio.
As humans, at any given moment in time, our “field of vision” is limited to a view of the world from a particular position and orientation in space. Turn slightly in any direction, it changes. How many possible “fields of vision” could we perceive within that same space and time?
One series of "Mixed Vantage" images incorporates mirrors into the landscape while another study focuses on window reflections as an overlay of interior and exterior space, in this case, creating a "State of Vacancy."