Sometimes, working in the visual arts demands a long form study of a subject or topic. This can be done to explore new material, gain familiarity with a new concept, or discover oneself through dedication to a singular idea.
B&W City, Green Devil
This project was done for my senior year Photo Practicum class, a class dedicated to long form projects thus allowing students to generate and expand upon a concept. It is an homage to Fredrick Law Olmsted and a study on isolation, serenity, and humanity's relationship to the wilderness. Shot exclusively on Holga medium-format cameras.
I had the opportunity to drive across the country and found myself understandably awestruck by the natural wonder of America's still wild West. Having explored panoramas in previous works, especially B&W City, Green Devil, I wanted to apply the grandiose scale of panoramas to the all encompassing views of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Who knows where my passions will take me?