Much of my photography is focused on framing the ordinary, subconscious visual information that surrounds us, in a way that turns the mundane into something akin to a poem. Sparse, introspective, not always pleasant.I find a lot of what I'm drawn to are scenes that invoke a sense of impermanence, imperfection and isolation. Textures, lines, shadows and negative space are also things that I dig.



I started creating these photo composites in 2018. At their essence I consider them planned double exposures. That is, when I was shooting, if I found the proper subject, I took anywhere from two to six images knowing I would blend two together to create this look. I really wanted to capture a very brief interval between frames in order to highlight the persistent movement of time.