The digital images on display here are from a series called 'Long moments', an exploration of the time and space between individuals and the spontaneous communities that emerge around shared spaces and activities.
People appear as individual fragments of time, over and over, time and time again, slowly revealing the individual context of their day and layering the collective context of the space.
I shoot hundreds of photographs of people over a period of time in locations that I find interesting. At a later date I examine them to gain insights into why I was original drawn to take them. The final two dimensional images are fabricated yet authentic composite records of my experience and memory of my time in that three dimensional space.
Each image takes hundreds of hours to complete and is done by hand with no stitching software. My time is spent on manipulating the overall composition, cutting out and positioning of individual elements and extensive color corrections and adjustments.
The final image resolutions are huge, allowing for them to be printed up to 12 feet wide. They should be viewed large, experienced so as to fill a viewers peripheral vision and be explored.