September 1, 2013

Visible, Yet Unseen

If you're like most people, you see only the things around you – people, places, and objects. With a compact camera, smartphone, Facebook, and Instagram, your photographs document “who was there and what I ate”. You post, tag, pin and tweet in a world of personal photojournalism shared through social media.

I see things differently – a world of shapes, patterns, colors, and textures. My photographs bring these attributes into view. When something is observed with no context, its separate existence ends and its characteristics become the focus. Now you see what is visible, yet unseen, and you are drawn into the intimate dialogue with my world.

The project I'm currently featuring is titled "Visible, Yet Unseen". I'll be taking twenty works from the project to Filter Photo Festival 2013 later this month for a series of portfolio reviews. If you're in the Chicago area on Saturday, September 28 you're invited to attend the free Portfolio Walk where you can see more of my work. Click here for details.

"Yellow Grain" from "Visible, Yet Unseen"

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