HOLLOW BONES – A FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY
Hollow Bones examines the role of women in marriage and the theme of love and hate existing simultaneously. I view this project as a novella told in still photographs. The series will portray the various stages of an unhealthy relationship from the point of view of an unnamed woman living on an unnamed street in an old historic section of Columbus, Ohio. It will visually portray incidents and emotions with a model and the use of heavily symbolic objects. I tend to begin projects that are informed by experiences I have, or those close to me have, and then I look at how those experiences exist on a larger level and in different circumstances. The final project will be realized in approx. 15 archival pigment prints to be submitted to galleries.
I won’t be able to begin this project without Kickstarter funds, therefore, I am unable to show any work in progress at this time. I won’t be able to begin this project without Kickstarter funds so I don’t have anything in progress to show at this time. However, I did want to show some of my previous work, so you have an idea of the kinds of images I create.
My work is continually changing and evolving, and this series will take me in an exciting new direction.