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Everything that exists is enveloped in an entropic process. Everything that we create, no matter how strong and eternal it seems is impermanent and will eventually move towards a state of nothingness. The old, the broken, the decayed is tossed away, hidden out of site.

The rust stains running down the back wall, the corroded metal gears, the faded wood, the items we leave beyond our daily peripheral vision are what I search out and photograph. By exploring these areas and photographing these objects I allow a relationship to develop as I understand their truth and seek to give them a new life within the photographic image. An element of beauty is created from this interaction, and the resulting photographs strive to express this notion of beauty and challenge a preexisting standard.

I received an MFA in Photography in 2007 from the…

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  • Joined May 30, 2014

About

Everything that exists is enveloped in an entropic process. Everything that we create, no matter how strong and eternal it seems is impermanent and will eventually move towards a state of nothingness. The old, the broken, the decayed is tossed away, hidden out of site.

The rust stains running down the back wall, the corroded metal gears, the faded wood, the items we leave beyond our daily peripheral vision are what I search out and photograph. By exploring these areas and photographing these objects I allow a relationship to develop as I understand their truth and seek to give them a new life within the photographic image. An element of beauty is created from this interaction, and the resulting photographs strive to express this notion of beauty and challenge a preexisting standard.

I received an MFA in Photography in 2007 from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California.

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