A Chance That Nothing Will Happen is a collection of photographs made in Philadelphia between 2013-2016 by following the course of the Chocksink Creek. Medium format black and white negative material was developed using water gathered from the Delaware River.
Documenting the interventions of graffiti removal in the built environment. Briefly.
Pier 70: a strange place in Philadelphia, where a provisional sanctuary existed among the sinkholes and exposed re-bar of a series of decrepit piers.
Sixteen days in Japan, traveling with a small group of photographers and students on a trip organized by Project Basho. The plane ride was brutal, and the humidity excruciating. The experience was priceless.
Pictures made on a phone. Social media hits and misses. Contemporary instant photography, we guess.
Street scenes, festivals, and the car.
Solvent is a project concerned with the physicality and durability of contemporary photo prints. Through the application of solvents and abrasives to the print surface, the receiver in an inkjet print is broken down. This malleable state allows for experimentation with transfers and transparencies.
A still-life series about our emotional attachment to inanimate objects.