In The Studio: Recent Work Profiled in Photograph
“His new series, Basic Ingredients of a Complex World, was shown recently in Boston’s Gallery Kayafas, cleverly paired with the work of Harold Edgerton—famed progenitor of high-speed flash photography. Edgerton was a professor at MIT and is associated with his groundbreaking early work in “stroboscopic” image capture—producing iconic images of exploding apples or liquid in motion. His images are less art than they are exceptional documents of unseen forces, prime examples, in fact, of why photography has been a favorite medium of the sciences.”
Read the column in the March / April issue of photograph.