Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Time in a Can

I've recently had the pleasure of participating Time in a Can, an international photographic project involving a solargraphic technique. A solargraph is a photograph made by leaving a pinhole camera where it can record the apparent motion of the sun in the sky over a certain period of time. For the Time in a Can project, artists on five continents made six-month exposures from the summer solstice through the winter solstice of 2011.

You can see the unique and remarkable Time in a Can Gallery here. This is my contribution:

Homemade tomato can camera pointed south, approximately 20-year-old Kodak Polymax RC black & white photographic paper, exposed 7/13/11 - 12/22/11
[Time in a can 003]

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

In a world where you're never far away

From the series, "A geography of connection and loss."

Holga 120N, Kodak Tri-X

Monday, June 4, 2012

Imagining beyond the fear

PinHolga, Ilford FP4+