Photo-based Sculpture, Made with 3D Imaging Technology
3D scans are generated from still photographs. After editing the file, it is fabricated with a CNC (computer-controlled) router or 3D printing. See a video
of the process of the making of a sculpture of a rock formation photographed in Antarctica.
Baltimore Ecosystem Study
Printed on Somerset Velvet paper, all are available in
editions of 5 (dimensions of 40 inches and above) or 10 (up to 24 inches). The etching-like prints were created by hand-coloring photographic images with a graphics tablet in Photoshop. They were inspired by Piranesi's famous Vedute di Roma, 18th-century etchings documenting overgrown Roman ruins.
Printed on matte Somerset Velvet of Rives BFK paper,
editions of 5 (dimensions of 40 inches and above) or 10 (up to 24 inches).
Clouds: 40-Inch Prints
Printed at 40 inches in the longest dimension on Somerset Velvet paper, and hand-colored with pastel pencils, editions of 5.
Also available in medium size in editions of 10.
Clouds, 16 x 24
The earliest works in this series, 2007-2008, printed at 16 x 24 inches on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper and not hand-colored.