My photographic prints openly explore self-portraiture as a means of documenting the temporal aspects of physicality. This interest began after my rediscovery of 35mm negatives featuring self-portraits I created when I was 21 years old. As I examined the various images of my younger self, I became increasingly intrigued by the idea of juxtaposing those images with portraits of myself as I appeared 20 years later at age 41. Since that time, this exploration has continued to evolve. The resultant imagery serves as a seamless conduit between complex abstract compositions and straightforward images that provide an unaltered portrait of me at a given moment in time.
Hickory Hill, Room 37B
Line of Demarcation