My photography, mixes new technologies to further describe contemporary landscape and the changes in current aesthetics while investigating the production of space. Heavily influenced by geography and the sense of place, my projects are often categorized by an in-depth analysis of specific subjects such as land use, theories on landscape and exploration. By combining photography with mapping and surveillance technologies, my projects reveal sites that are normally unseen, expose areas of contradiction, and challenge the traditional use of photography to record what we understand as “place”.
2013 MFA Montclair State university
2007 BFA Monmouth University