These photographs are selected examples of new ideas I’ve been exploring. Most of them show common household objects. The last two photos are composite images that feature antique cabinet cards. This was a style of portraiture popular in the last half of the 19th century. I’ve collected many such cards, some dating back to the 1860s, and have long wanted to incorporate them into some of my own photos. In the last image shown here, one of my fractals has been added to the cabinet card, giving the sitter a surreal look.
Represented in group exhibitions at 1650 Gallery and the Southeast Center for Photography.