A 36 page handmade case bound book based on a series of photographs made in Philadelphia by John Patrick Waller. Foil-stamped cloth bound cover with archival inkjet print inlay. Each copy with an envelope containing a saddle – stitched booklet.
A series of photo zines considering everyday subjects and the spontaneous connections between people and places. 16 pages. Folded and staple bound. Each in an edition of 30.
Pier 70 is a shopping center in South Philadelphia. Before the area was renovated, a series of dilapidated piers jutted out into the Delaware River, and a feral cat colony had occupied a large area. The place was decrepit and dirty, but a kind of provisional sanctuary existed among the sinkholes and exposed re-bar of the disused piers.
An experiment wherein coincidental details of photographs made in public are enlarged, rephotographed, printed, and treated with solvents and abrasives.
An ongoing photo series made at a Japanese tea house located on the campus of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Investigating the tension between public wall writing and graffiti removal in Philadelphia.
Tourist photos from Japan.
This developing still life series is an exploration of the emotional connection to inanimate objects that is felt when they are considered with significant distance, memory, and loss.