As a photographer I define the medium expansively. Recognizing that photography’s systems skew image making towards their own ends, I redirect and reclaim these distortions by bending and remixing my process to engage the unseen structures that support and are supported by photography.
As a foundational technology and social construct photography has become ubiquitous in our digital-media saturated world. The designs of the systems through which we sense, measure, communicate and consume visual information must be considered as political questions. Examining how the medium functions at a fundamental level shines a metaphorical light on its role and function in larger social, technological and political contexts.
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Based in Brooklyn, NY, I am also available for corporate and legal portraiture commissions helping my clients to Picture More Business®.