Adrift was completed in the span of one week, over 150 hours and approximately 2,600 miles spent in a car traveling around Morocco, a place my father has lived and worked for over 20 years.
The multiple exposures created within the camera as we drove non-stop for days from the Eastern coast, down to the desert and up to the Mediterranean coast of Morocco. Shot digitally, but intentionally treated like a classic 35mm film camera, each image was created with no post-production.
Three days in Istanbul, Turkey.
HUNTING FOR THE PAST
Hunting for the past is a series in progress of the objects/perspectives in the places I have lived, loved and worked—Paris, Washington, DC and Instanbul. Shot in apartments no larger than 600 square feet, I challenged myself to find new inspiration within the small spaces I stayed in for days, months and years on end. Singular images that stand on their own, and together create a collective memory of places I have called home.