My work focuses on the hidden, imaginary and delirious aspects of photography, taking a starting point from moments where representational logic fails and attempting to give these moments of illogic a representational form of their own. Each of my projects addresses this paradox in some way, attempting to re-tell the story of representation along somewhat different lines of thought -- attempting to "imagine the world otherwise" as the philosopher Richard Kearney once prescribed for a world grown overly attached to the literalness of instrumentalized living. In this way I see my work as a critical exploration of representation in the service of imaginary possibilities.

Speculative Self-portraits

Self-portrait experiments with tinfoil, magnets, stereographic imaging and anaglyph 3D.

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Excerpts from the Library of Babel

A kirlian photography project documenting multiple copies of Jorge Luis Borges' short story "The Library of Babel."

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Werewolf Stories

Photographic meditations on what it would mean to poetically reanimate a wolf skin.

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Glow-in-the-dark Self-portraits

Self-portraits taken using only glow-in-the-dark body paint as a light source.

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Self-portrait Chronicles

Analogue self-portraits using negative imagery, multiple exposures and other alternative techniques.

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Experiments with Kirlian Photography

Experiments with Kirlian imaging, a form of photography that uses electricity instead of light to generate pictures.

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Exercise in Psychic Photography

Inspired by the story of Ted Serios, these are attempts to project images directly from the mind onto photographic film.

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