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My photographs and prints find life replicated from our surroundings by observing an object, unveiling it’s mask, and deciphering our emotional bridge to it. By using natural/unnatural debris, personal objects, and kitchen condiments to compose images resembling landscapes, I explore these inanimate relationships that reference storytelling and nostalgia. Using photography and printmaking as a vessel to discover these occurrences, the images composed are reconstructions of memories and dreams, only revealed and preserved by the process. Already on the verge of existence, without photographing it, without the process, without the print, these latent images disappear, left deserted, unseen, and unexplored.



Forest Park

  • Collagraph

    14 ¾" x 17 ¾"


    Year Created - 2018



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Jamaica, NY 11432, USA


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