In this series the human form is sometimes readily identifiable and at other times abstracted to obscurity, either evocative in its isolation or joyful in its freedom. The refractive water distorts both the body and the environment causing them to blend and interact. Like a painters brush strokes, the finely delineated linear filaments merge and interact, alternating between magnification and collapse. The layered textures and transparent colors flow together, abstracting form and manipulating line.
I've  found that I can only suggest how and where the water, fabric, light and subject will interact but ultimately, I provide a framework for controlled chaos.
Light At The End of the Tunnel- Oct 2018
Light At The End of the Tunnel- Oct 2018
Olivia is Loose- June, 2017
Olivia is Loose- June, 2017
One Blue Eye-Jun. 2017
One Blue Eye-Jun. 2017
The Monarch-June 2017
The Monarch-June 2017
Woman in Blue and Yellow-June 2017
Woman in Blue and Yellow-June 2017
Georgia on Yellow- Aug. 2018
Georgia on Yellow- Aug. 2018
Self Isolation in Blue-Oct 2018
Self Isolation in Blue-Oct 2018
One Eye-Aug 2017
One Eye-Aug 2017
Amy in Tourquoise-July 2018
Amy in Tourquoise-July 2018
Kara in Pink-Apl 2017
Kara in Pink-Apl 2017
In a Space-Oct 2018
In a Space-Oct 2018
Firey Red-Dec 2018
Firey Red-Dec 2018
Circles of Distortion-2019
Circles of Distortion-2019
Dylan Portrait-2019
Dylan Portrait-2019
Repose in Green-2019
Repose in Green-2019
Corona-2019
Corona-2019
Displaced-2019
Displaced-2019
The World Upside Down-2019
The World Upside Down-2019
On My Own (Self Isolation)-2019
On My Own (Self Isolation)-2019
Primarily Emma-2019
Primarily Emma-2019
Amanda #31-2019
Amanda #31-2019
Olivia in Red and Yellow-2020
Olivia in Red and Yellow-2020
I Dream This Way-2021
I Dream This Way-2021
Blue Eye and Yellow-2021
Blue Eye and Yellow-2021
Drifting-2019
Drifting-2019
Christines Dream-2021
Christines Dream-2021
Dara #40-2021
Dara #40-2021
Fractured-2020
Fractured-2020
Lost in Red and Yellow-2021
Lost in Red and Yellow-2021
Exposure in Red-2022
Exposure in Red-2022
Dylan Under Glass-2019
Dylan Under Glass-2019
Looking Out-2019
Looking Out-2019
Emma in Red and Yellow-Aug 2019
Emma in Red and Yellow-Aug 2019
The images are created by positioning and lighting a model and colorful fabrics underwater and then photographing from above, down and through the waters moving surface. By lighting from below the surface, I can freeze capture the effects of the waters movement in glowing, saturated light. The images are captured in camera with only basic post processing applied. They have been printed and framed at 40” x 50” (100cm x 130cm). This large format  creates an enveloping and immersive window into an other worldly environment and invites the participant to step in close to experience the fine detail of the waters interplay on the subject and their environment

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