My continual experimentation with different cameras and different film formats has eventually led to the creation of my own unique cameras that I use today. Through dedication to experimentation my images are works of art that incorporate the medium they're composed in.
The fractured imagery reminds us of the limitations of the medium and the limitations of our own memories. We cannot capture a complete moment of time with a photograph, just as we can never remember a complete moment of time accurately. Humans can only remember bits and pieces of a moment, and as time moves on biases and changed perspectives cloud that vision. Each fractured pane exists in a paradox of harmony and conflict. One moment the pieces are working together to create a whole image. The next moment the pieces are fighting one another, trying to capture your full attention.
I use my work to raise questions and document my attempts to find answers. The story is told through my images, and if successful, remains timeless and hopefully