Moving Portraits aims to reveal the process behind photography and make it visible to the viewer. In this video project, I ask strangers to pose for a portrait while taking a slow-motion video of them.
This series was produced while backpacking around Western Australia. It was selected by Agathe Gaillard and published in Le Journal de la Photographie.
In this series I ask strangers to pose for a portrait while asking them to reveal their annual income.
Main points of interest being to shed light on taboo topics of income as well as celebrating those who choose to participate in this project.
$20/hour; 40hs/week; construction worker
$60,000; interior designer
$42,000; security office supervisor
$60,000-$70,000; construction worker
$50,000; lab technician
$42,000; cannabis grower
Mirror, Mirror is a series aimed at disrupting the process of photography. The subjects are all strangers that I invited into my home, further disrupting the ‘stranger danger’ mentality.
The subjects were placed behind a two-way mirror that I constructed. They were unaware of the exact position of the camera while being confronted with their own image.
STREETS OF BERLIN
‘Streets of Berlin’ interlaces the contrast between randomness and order. It is the battle between two worlds that merge together on the streets of Berlin. It is a story about a city which prides itself with freedom in a country that is build on order and security.
The objects in this series have not been staged or manipulated in any way. They were photographed as found, on the Streets of Berlin.
GIRL IN THE MIRROR
'Girl in the Mirror' captures the intimate relationship between a woman and her perception of herself.
This ongoing series provides an intimate glance into the world of a contemporary woman.
No models were used in this project. All subjects were strangers who were approached in nightclubs, bars or restaurants.