Nightlight

Medium: photographyLocations: InternationalYears: 2007 — Current This ongoing series explores the streets of major cities throughout the world in the early hours of the morning. The photographs — partially a result of insomnia-driven wanderings, partially of an obsession with pure structure of urban settings — offer … Continue readingNightlight

Farmscapes

The farms in this image series look more like wild fields than food growing operations. This is a big part of why these farms are such a powerful solution for a host of ecological issues, including climate change, soil loss, resource depletion, pollution, and the … Continue readingFarmscapes

Green

Medium: light painting, soundYear: 2010 – currentLocation: international Green is an image and sound study of plant life in urban spaces around the world. Part photography, part performance, part soundscape, the works are printed on a handmade Japanese ‘washi’ paper, and exhibited along with soundscapes based on the … Continue readingGreen

Green

Green is a painterly image and sound experiment and a ‘feeling’ study of plant life in urban spaces around the world. The pieces are printed on a special Japanese ‘washi’ paper which is handmade from plant fibers, and include digitally linked soundscapes.

Harvest

Medium: two channel video Locations: Edinburgh, UK; Yamaguchi, Japan; Nagoya, Japan Year: 2012 A video-based work exploring the concept of ‘harvest’ within rural-agrarian and urban-consumer society. Harvest  depicts a local consumer procuring harvest from a local supermarket (right), and a farmer hand-harvesting the same rice in the country … Continue readingHarvest

Pretty Little Masks Project

Medium: photography, performanceYear: 2010-2012Location: Silicon Valley, United States Pretty Little Masks is a direct result of my portrait photography commissions between 2007-2009, during which time I ran a commercial photography studio in Silicon Valley. The studio photographer has a unique moral problem today in that the level of … Continue readingPretty Little Masks Project