This series of abstracted portraits use color, shape, balance, depth and
composition to invite the viewer into solitary transitional spaces. Luminous and transparent, the
subjects used in this imagery convey inseparable color and structure. These dreamy images,
aim to blur the line between what the viewer expects to see and what exactly is seen.
Unlike using depth of field, focus and framing to create these suggestive images my goal is to achieve a successful image by using frosted acrylic for distortion instead of the lens. The blur is used to distort clarity, size, shape and perception of place in the frame. The ambiguity of the blurred image invites the viewer to create a spiritual kinship base on rediscovered memories.