Construction

These aerial photographs, made by deploying drone technology, show temporary marks left by the earth-moving equipment used to clear land for central Florida’s ever-sprawling housing developments. The photographs document  tenuous moments between deforestation and soon-to-be constructed houses. These traces may be brief, but what they mark will be consequential and much more long lasting.

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Huntington Downs 1 archival pigment print 48”x36”

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Victoria Hills 1 archival pigment print 48”x36”

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Victoria Hills 2 archival pigment print 48”x36”

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CoastalWoods 1 archival pigment print 48”x36”

Drift

Drift:
A poetic record of ambles along the Florida coast. This series of work is made by walking without a final destination along the Florida coastline and recording each walk with a camera and GPS. The final reflection of each walk is realized as a mix of photographic prints, photogrammetry,video projection mapping, generative software and 3D printing.

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Drift (Canaveral National Seashore)
archival pigment print 24”x91” & video projection, custom generative software, 3D print

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Drift (Canaveral National Seashore)
archival pigment print 24”x91” & video projection, custom generative software, 3D print

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archival pigment print 24”x91” & video projection, custom generative software, 3D print

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Deadland

Deadland is the moniker of a small Florida town where I live. Taken at night, these photographs document abandoned businesses found throughout the Florida landscape–places once part of our daily routines, now empty shells of desire. They stand as ghosts of progress, the remnants of capitalism.

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