Refraction launched in November of 2105 as my most successful series to date. It is a return to my film roots, using only one camera and lens (the Fuji 680 GXIII with a 125 mm macro lens) I choose to shoot through another transparent medium, glass, to bend and change the quality of light. My quest for abstract glass and crystal stemware had me searching through consignment shops, antique stores, boutiques and raiding the bar of SeaBlue Restaurant to find the perfect refraction. Each print is available as an original darkroom 20×24 and offered in edition Giclee prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper.
Goddess was an intensely researched series focusing on several of the greek deities and was shot exclusively with digital cameras. To mix in a new angle from my previous studio work, I shot in the natural settings of South Carolina and Costa Rica. To add a different quality to the prints each is printed using fuji pearl paper. Available in a variety of sizes and editioned prints.
Body of Light
Body of Light was my first series dating back to 2004 when I opened my first studio space in Myrtle Beach. The intention was to play with the shapes and shadows of the human form using primarily the female body. Originally it was shot with film using both 35mm and medium format 6×7 with a Mamiya 67 rangefinder. In 2009 I was heavily pursuing the digital movement and switched to create additional pieces. This is an ongoing series and is available in various sizes and editioned prints.