Alternatively Developed Polaroid Film
Inherited Print Series
This project, created using a photopolymer intaglio printmaking technique, depicts objects that were left behind by my deceased mother and father. Above are some from the series.
Montage Prints on Silver Gelatin Paper
14.25"x25.5", hand coated silver emulsion and gelatin on rives bfk paper.
Silver Gelatin Prints
Mothers Print Series
Monotype Image Transfers
These image transfer works are in a variety of sizes ranging from 8"x8" up to 39"x50".
Check out an OLD video on vimeo that I made detailing the creation of one of my image transfers from start to finish by clicking HERE.
One page of the family album. These Polaroids show (presumably) family members and the family’s pet cats, among other things.
A Polaroid photograph taken outside of my Grandmother’s house showing me holding up a snake for display to the viewer. The snake was shedding at the time, and a piece of its skin was saved and placed inside this ziplock.
These polaroid photographs had their borders trimmed down to fit within the confines of the family photo album. The photographs show the family on Christmas morning opening gifts. A rough date of 1982 was able to be assigned to these photographs because of the E.T. sweat outfits that are worn by the children depicted above.
These images are 16"x22" layered collages of negatives and image transfers. These works explore what it means to... explore.
The photographs we print of our loved ones will one day become impersonal and unwanted objects to our descendants over time. BFA thesis work.
Monotype Tintype Transfers
Originally presented alongside the larger images above, these pieces have been created from old tintype photographs.
Mixed media pieces from my undergrad.