An old house and the bulldozer responsible for its demise, Durham, N.C.
Double exposures have always fascinated me. There’s a real magic to the overlapping of frames, when negative outlines rendering positive images. While traveling through India this past December I shot twenty some rolls, mostly double exposures, with a tough-ass [...]
Fingerprint Dust, Duke Lacrosse House Bathroom, Durham, N.C., 2008
This Friday we will open our month-long exhibit Beyond The Deadlines at Flanders Gallery in Raleigh — an incredible space to see all 33 photos from the collaboration between JML and myself, made possible with the generous support of [...]
It’s been said that a good photograph should asks more questions than it answers. Sometimes knowing all the details in the creation of a photo dilutes the magic within. If you share in this belief, stop reading here and leave a comment with your own explanation.
Once a year the Independent Weekly honors a handful of local individuals and groups who are due recognition for their endeavors in either promoting or contributing to the arts community. Part of this recognition includes a photograph to accompany the write-up. Since 2006 [...]