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  Lincoln and the Moon   investigates how cultural symbols such as Abraham Lincoln and images of the moon correlate to universal associations such as idealism, brotherhood, and righteousness. This work explores the connection between faith and the unknown and uses planetary elements to examine religion and a cult-like fascination with history and myth.   Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2010

Lincoln and the Moon

investigates how cultural symbols such as Abraham Lincoln and images of the moon correlate to universal associations such as idealism, brotherhood, and righteousness. This work explores the connection between faith and the unknown and uses planetary elements to examine religion and a cult-like fascination with history and myth.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2010

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  River Baptism (With Mars Imagery)    examines the belief in the unseen and the beauty and alienation in standing in a body of water waiting for a miracle to occur. An Internet email informed me of one month in August in which the planet Mars would be as large as the Moon.  The internet story was untrue and yet I began to dream about and hope for the fake phenomenon.  This series examines factless faith and the correlation between this faith and a religious faith.    Three   Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2011

River Baptism (With Mars Imagery)

examines the belief in the unseen and the beauty and alienation in standing in a body of water waiting for a miracle to occur. An Internet email informed me of one month in August in which the planet Mars would be as large as the Moon. The internet story was untrue and yet I began to dream about and hope for the fake phenomenon. This series examines factless faith and the correlation between this faith and a religious faith.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2011

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  The Apollo Archive    is an examination of our relationship with past depiction of space exploration. The early 20th century ushered in the proliferation of the human voice, transcending the bounds of average human limits.  Radio waves crossed the diameters of the earth with historical precedence. Decades later, we traveled beyond our planet and the earth was photographed for the first time by the NASA Voyager Probes, altering our perception of the immensity of the universe and the smallness of our world. Our understanding of space continues to be shaped by technology. This series highlights specific images from the Apollo Archive collection as outer space has become simultaneously more distance as the NASA program has concluded and closer than ever with the privatization of space.    Three   Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2012

The Apollo Archive

is an examination of our relationship with past depiction of space exploration. The early 20th century ushered in the proliferation of the human voice, transcending the bounds of average human limits.  Radio waves crossed the diameters of the earth with historical precedence. Decades later, we traveled beyond our planet and the earth was photographed for the first time by the NASA Voyager Probes, altering our perception of the immensity of the universe and the smallness of our world. Our understanding of space continues to be shaped by technology. This series highlights specific images from the Apollo Archive collection as outer space has become simultaneously more distance as the NASA program has concluded and closer than ever with the privatization of space.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2012

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Lincoln and the Moon

investigates how cultural symbols such as Abraham Lincoln and images of the moon correlate to universal associations such as idealism, brotherhood, and righteousness. This work explores the connection between faith and the unknown and uses planetary elements to examine religion and a cult-like fascination with history and myth.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2010

River Baptism (With Mars Imagery)

examines the belief in the unseen and the beauty and alienation in standing in a body of water waiting for a miracle to occur. An Internet email informed me of one month in August in which the planet Mars would be as large as the Moon. The internet story was untrue and yet I began to dream about and hope for the fake phenomenon. This series examines factless faith and the correlation between this faith and a religious faith.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2011

The Apollo Archive

is an examination of our relationship with past depiction of space exploration. The early 20th century ushered in the proliferation of the human voice, transcending the bounds of average human limits.  Radio waves crossed the diameters of the earth with historical precedence. Decades later, we traveled beyond our planet and the earth was photographed for the first time by the NASA Voyager Probes, altering our perception of the immensity of the universe and the smallness of our world. Our understanding of space continues to be shaped by technology. This series highlights specific images from the Apollo Archive collection as outer space has become simultaneously more distance as the NASA program has concluded and closer than ever with the privatization of space.

Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2012

  Lincoln and the Moon   investigates how cultural symbols such as Abraham Lincoln and images of the moon correlate to universal associations such as idealism, brotherhood, and righteousness. This work explores the connection between faith and the unknown and uses planetary elements to examine religion and a cult-like fascination with history and myth.   Three Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2010
img003.jpg
Lincoln and the Moon 1.jpg
img005.jpg
  River Baptism (With Mars Imagery)    examines the belief in the unseen and the beauty and alienation in standing in a body of water waiting for a miracle to occur. An Internet email informed me of one month in August in which the planet Mars would be as large as the Moon.  The internet story was untrue and yet I began to dream about and hope for the fake phenomenon.  This series examines factless faith and the correlation between this faith and a religious faith.    Three   Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2011
Parachute Museum060.jpg
img071.jpg
img073.jpg
Parachute Museum070.jpg
Parachute Museum066.jpg
  The Apollo Archive    is an examination of our relationship with past depiction of space exploration. The early 20th century ushered in the proliferation of the human voice, transcending the bounds of average human limits.  Radio waves crossed the diameters of the earth with historical precedence. Decades later, we traveled beyond our planet and the earth was photographed for the first time by the NASA Voyager Probes, altering our perception of the immensity of the universe and the smallness of our world. Our understanding of space continues to be shaped by technology. This series highlights specific images from the Apollo Archive collection as outer space has become simultaneously more distance as the NASA program has concluded and closer than ever with the privatization of space.    Three   Layer Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype, 2012
Parachute Museum063.jpg
Parachute Museum068.jpg