Submerged #1
Submerged #1

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #1 Inverse
Submerged #1 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #1 Reverse
Submerged #1 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #2
Submerged #2

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #2 Inverse
Submerged #2 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #2 Reverse
Submerged #2 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #3
Submerged #3

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #3 Inverse
Submerged #3 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #3 Reverse
Submerged #3 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #4
Submerged #4

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #4 Inverse
Submerged #4 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #4 Reverse
Submerged #4 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red. Since the cold winter months had not distressed my submerged family images very much, when I photographed the backs I found myself reflected in the black shiny surface. It seemed only fitting that the these should become my final chapter of My Adopted Family.

Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red.

Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red

Barely There
Barely There

A project based on the concept of detachment and anonymity. Those brief encounters in a busy place, where people come and go, their identity unknown. Barely There is not analytical, it embodies an experience of vision, creating a perceptual experience.

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Submerged #1

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #1 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #1 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #2

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #2 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #2 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #3

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #3 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #3 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #4

Landscapes, taken with a Polaroid SX70, then submerged in a vat of water. With the heat of the summer sun together with a bit of bleach they cooked for three months. I then scanned them and found I had created an ethereal landscape.

Submerged #4 Inverse

The inverse of the previous image creates an even more surreal existence.

Submerged #4 Reverse

The back of the polaroid revealed a monochrome landscape. These Rothko and Blake - esk images reveal a haunting, dark existence. A place that doesn’t exist in reality only in our minds, a place that changes each time we view it.

Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse
Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red. Since the cold winter months had not distressed my submerged family images very much, when I photographed the backs I found myself reflected in the black shiny surface. It seemed only fitting that the these should become my final chapter of My Adopted Family.

Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red.

Submerged #5 Reverse

Symphony in Red

Barely There

A project based on the concept of detachment and anonymity. Those brief encounters in a busy place, where people come and go, their identity unknown. Barely There is not analytical, it embodies an experience of vision, creating a perceptual experience.

Arles - Repasted
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