Exploring unintentional beauty found in human-influenced environments, this series reflects upon the ideas found within the Neoplasticism movement.
Aventures & Abstractions
Photos from my travels and adventures around the world.
This project contains composite photography and interior design work I created when Oceana moved into its new headquarters.
National advocacy groups united to March for Peace in Washington, DC on January 27, 2007 as an effort to express disdain for the US-led occupation in Iraq.
Each square inch of the red fabric represents twelve casualties of the war in Iraq estimated at that time. The three individuals wrote the casualty counts on their foreheads and served to symbolize different facets of humanity destroyed by the violence. From left to right: The business person represents the 2,996 victims of Sept. 11; the soldier represents the 3,318 casualties endured by US and Coalition forces; the Iraqi civilian represents the estimated 300,266 lives lost.
The artists shown in the photograph are part of a performance group called Tribe. They are dedicated to “challeng[ing] people’s expectations, judgments, beliefs, and views."