redefining frame through the
melding of image and object.
‘I realized in that moment that tracking the process, from an embryonic size thought to the finished product, is really something to be celebrated and cataloged and something that I truly hope to capture throughout my lifetime as an artist.’
This collection of objects and artifacts are usable, one-of-a-kind, new or upcycled 3D pieces. Shown here in the form of furnishings. My intention was to redefine the framing process, by melding my original photography with and an interesting form or object.
Objects, like the BlueSKYs table are original, limited edition, furniture or other concepts.
Artifacts, are one-of-a-kind, upcycled 3D pieces. These are found objects mixed with a moment in time, marking history, ancient textures or a sacred place.
OverGRNLND, as an example, is an aerial view of Greenland’s coast applied to a newly fabricated inner tray and reclaimed and upcycled table frame of steel.
The process of each piece then, is in 3 parts.
1st_ the original textural, elemental, or spatial images.
2nd_ the sketches of transformation, adaptation and/or fabrication of frames.
3rd_ the spatial process shots always with my unique perspective, taken in the guerrilla style that I am most passionate about. Sometimes rapid fire, sometimes in quiet anticipation, but always with excitement… even if it involves freezing my buns off in a cold east-side warehouse.