solargraphs, cyanotypes, photo
I'm drawn to the natural world and to the structures and objects in it that humans leave behind. I make pinhole cameras from discarded cans and tins to capture solargraphs, which illustrate the changing path of the sun over landscape for a period of time — usually several months, a year, or longer. I also make cyanotypes, using anything from found objects and plants to my own negatives. And I take photographs with film cameras like the Brownie Hawkeye, Holga, and Sprocket Rocket.