Photography of Invisible Things

My work arises from a desire to understand the ongoing stream of felt experiences along the full emotional continuum. This occurs via direct experiential processing, an ongoing , intuitive development of a visual photographic vocabulary.

This lexicon seeks to make visible the invisible: what do we see and how does it impact us and how are we in relationship to it?

It confronts the fundamental reality of suffering; our confusions about connection and disconnection.

My work seeks meet our experiences of suffering with an authentic wrestling with the right kind of problems; that is, those which ask questions, the asking of which and the attempts at answering have deep and consequential meaning that continue to generate profound meaning in our lives.

The work seeks to alleviate existential suffering by offering moments of contemplation of beauty and connection even in some of the most unusual places.

It’s seeks to help us turn and face our fears rather than run from them. The images arrive from a desire to find places of connection rather than being caught and confused by apparent separations encountered in every day reality.

Pop Up Sale Benefit for Ryan Banks Academy Chicago

Who is ready for a TinType portrait session of their favorite furry friend? 

This is a pop up sale in which 25% of the proceeds from all sessions will go to @ryanbankschi because my friend @valeriegroth has a revolutionary vision of how we can do education better in Chicago. Please check out what she and Ryan Banks Academy is all about. 
Anyone who books a session with me by the end of the day tomorrow (9pm) will have 25% of their sitting fee go directly to Ryan Banks and will receive 10% off purchase of additional prints of the session or any work from my portfolio. 

Message me to book and I’ll get back to you with details and we’ll pick a time that works for everyone! 

Your private session includes up to an hour and a half in the studio, or in your own location, (some pets may get anxious traveling!) One museum quality print up to 13″x13″. Extras: Additional pictures as digital files are $25 each. A second pet is an additional $50.
Total: $400 (25%=$100!)

My studio is located in Pilsen in the Chicago Arts District on Halsted Street between 18th and 19th St. There’s plenty of free street parking available and the studio also both a beautiful walled garden where some of our pet portraits are made.

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