Working photographically has allowed me to bridge the gap between the more idea-driven works and the intuitive process I am at home in. I see my photographs as an extension of my sculptural practice in the sense that they create impossible objects and hint at alien presences, things that don't exist in nature, but could.
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Shot at the Andes Sprouts Society Residency in the summer of 2013, Roxbury New York. Working with bees and observing the patterns on the farm, I found myself working with the same materials I would cook for dinner. In this case, the stamens and pistils from the squash blossoms stuffed and fried for dinner became the subject of macro photos, lit by flashlights and iphones with the limited resources on the farm.