Shortsighted Innovations From An Optimistic Tech Messiah (2018)
is a series about Silicon Valley's desire for competitive innovation, development, and profit at the expense of its users. Where minimum viable products are shipped as infallible commodities, without forethought of their necessity, or ramifications on society. Just as settlers in early America believed that expansionism was justified and inevitable; Silicon Valley views its advancement through a lens of optimistic destiny. Products are packaged to consumers with a perceived moral high ground. To not buy in, is to not share in the collective progress. In this scenario groupthink will always outweigh critical reflection; After all, who wouldn't want to change the world?
“Perfection of means and confusion of goals seem–in my opinion–to characterize our age." - Albert Einstein
a series about metamorphosis.
Fetal Feral (2016)
is a series of images about control.
Images of chemical reactions, photographed with handcrafted macro lenses.
inside of love (2016)
is a series of images about falling in love.
Images of bubbles reacting to colored dye, photographed with handcrafted macro lenses.
is a series of images created for Chris Zabriskie's album Thoughtless.
The first image is a portrait taken with an underwater camera.
The remaining images are of water droplets and carpet fibers on Compact Discs, photographed with handcrafted macro lenses.