IT'S ALL ABOUT THE PROCESS
I'm excited to have new work from my series Flirting with Disaster in After Glow at Melissa Morgan Fine Art. A modern take on the iconic road photo, these infrared exposures are all captured from a moving perspective. The exhibition opens this Friday, April 7, 4-7pm in Palm Desert, California.
Castles Made of Sand – Infrared Exposure – Searles Valley, CA – 2019
The following weekend, Kinematic pinhole exposures from Antarctica are in By Degrees: Art and Our Changing Ecologycurated by Luciana Abait and Lawrence Gipe at the Huntington Beach Art Center. The show opens Saturday, April 15, 6:30-9pm. Prints from the series can also be viewed at Von Lintel Gallery in Santa Monica.
Wandering Sphinx – Kinematic Pinhole Exposure – Antarctica – 2020
Speaking of anachronistic processes, I'm developing a new series of multispectral exposures. Also known as "false-color" infrared, the surreal hues are produced in-camera, using vintage filters to combine infrared radiation with specific segments of the visual spectrum. Originally developed for aerial espionage during WWII, I'm currently using the process to survey the extraordinary foliage and modernist architecture that exists in and around Palm Springs, California.
Multispectral Exposure – Palm Springs, California – 2023
IT'S A WILD, WILD WORLD OUT THERE
COME OUT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
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