Celebrity Portraits are works that sit between the digital and physical spectrum, symbolizing the fusion of these two vastly different worlds that people today live in. The process pulls familiar faces of the internet, projects them from a computer monitor, and processes them through low-tech reflective surfaces. The final result are painterly photographs of scrambled internet data.
An extension of the Celebrity Portraits series, More Celebrity Portraits focus on individual people and process the images less aggressively, to allow the viewer to experience a more subtle digital to analog transition.
Habitat is a surreal assemblage of concrete, brick, and corrugated steel, whimsically supported by telephone poles and wires. As a whole, the abstracted architecture becomes a sculptural element floating in space. Stitching the photographs at opposite ends forces the viewer to jump back and forth between right-side-up and upside-down, creating a swaying tension between real and unreal.