Roy Livingston has been working with x-rays for the better part of 10 years.
His work of antique Argoflex camera was a recent winner in the Communication Arts Photography Annual Competition.
And recently, Livingston has had articles written about his art in Fast Company And Wired.
Describing his creative methods as a synthesis of old and new technologies. He uses an analogue x-ray process to create images on film, then digitally manipulate the images giving them as what some describe as a retro futuristic feel. These artistic process that he’s developed are constantly evolving allowing for experimentation in what Roy calls an “artistic joyride”.
This recent series "Tempus Fugit" is just another of those Joyrides.