One of my favorite ways to create images is using a pinhole camera. Long exposures and infinite depth of field are the aspects of pinhole that allow me the expression I desire in my photographs. The long exposures offer the opportunity to incorporate motion, representative of the passage of time, moment to moment, and from one place to the next. Infinite depth of field helps tweak reality by distorting size relationships and often shape. The ability to make a photograph that doesnʼt quite mesh with waking life but rather illustrates the realms of the subconscious, dreams, memory and the underlying energy of creation, is what pinhole is about for me.
Inkjet prints on board with encaustic treatment (wax/resin/inclusions); photos on goyu paper, dipped in encaustic medium; encaustic paintings