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I was born an inventor and creative.
I began at 17 years old, after being a ballerina for 14 years, and becoming obsessed with light and shadow. I love how you can only see the light because of the shadow and vice versa. These ideas showed up not only in my photography, but in my life. I learned that you must embrace the shadow to experience the light, and more importantly, that there really is no duality--all really is one.
I started at my high school, making my own pinhole cameras and skipping class to experiment in the darkroom, so when I got a miraculous scholarship to SCAD (then another for my Master's degree later on), I was pretty upset about the digital 'takeover' within the photo world.
I decided to make a 'mockery' of digital photography--turning a scanner into a sort of 'large format' camera. This became an entire practice & technique within itself, and became the scanning process which I am known for today. The subject becomes the "negative" through digital degradation with a portable wand of light. The portable scanner describes the subject through a life-size depiction of the number of pixels the subject amounts to. These images create 'totems' of the subject, dialogue, and/or relationship they portray.
My work challenges what a camera is and how photography functions in our lives. The thought that your perception is your reality.
I have recently started a 13-year 'Every Phase' series focused on how I healed myself from Endometriosis with the lesser-known feminine infradian rhythm clock in contrast to the masculine, 24 hour clock or 'Every Day' mindset--inspired by beeple's $70 million 'Everydays' NFT project.
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Watch the video below & check out my client testimonial published in Voyage ATL from my client Michelle Walker of St. Paul's Episcopal Church reviewing the body of work I created for their 175th Anniversary.
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