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About the Artist

I use a unique hybrid analog/digital process that I pioneered several years ago. My intention is to blur the lines between painting, printmaking, and photography. By doing so I hope to portray the scenes that I photograph in a more emotional, interpretive nature. This is especially the case with my images of disappearing barns in our countrysides. I first shoot large format B&W film and make several prints in the darkroom. I then begin a long, iterative process of chemically altering these prints using wood textures, linework, etc. This is all done by hand in the darkroom and allows for color shifts and unique mark-making that changes over time. These work prints are not stable and therefore cannot be displayed. When a print has reached the ideal state of change, I cut it into large pieces and scan them at a ultra high resolution, piece them back together and create an archival digital print of the highest quality. This edition is limited to 25. Lives and works in Conway, MA.

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Selected Works

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Joshua Tree
Photography 
38" x 38" x 1"
2020
 

Connemara
Photography
20" x 20"
2017
 

Spotted Horse
Photography
40" x 40"
2016
Pigment print from a B&W negative that has been enlarged and chemically altered by hand (NOT Photoshop) over several days with brushes and tools using bleaches, toners and homemade concoctions in the darkroom.

Joshua Tree
Photography 
38" x 38" x 1"
2020
 

Connemara
Photography
20" x 20"
2017
 

Spotted Horse
Photography
40" x 40"
2016
Pigment print from a B&W negative that has been enlarged and chemically altered by hand (NOT Photoshop) over several days with brushes and tools using bleaches, toners and homemade concoctions in the darkroom.

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