Re-Imagining the World of Tomorrow

The photographs in Re-Imagining the World of Tomorrow are inspired by the 1939 New York World’s Fair, a cultural and design phenomenon that helped shape the world in which we now live. These works are modern reconstructions, original moments of captured hope, optimism, and the promise of a future brimming with possibilities.

The images are produced with a mixture of vintage darkroom photography and digital image modification of disparate visual elements, including blueprints, photo booth images, even treasured letters from my grandparents.

Signed + Dated, Edition of 15  Silver Halide Prints  

Acrobats, Silver Halide Print, 16 x 20, Edition of 15
Acrobats, Silver Halide Print, 16 x 20, Edition of 15
Consumed by Love and Fear, 12x18, Silver Halide Print, Edition of 15
Going to the World's Fair, 12x18, Silver Halide Print, Edition of 15
Reckless Love, 12x18", Silver Halide print, Edition of 15
Everyone Whispered about Them, 12x18" Sliver Halide Print, Edition of 15
Girl with a Gun, 2x18", Sliver Halide Print, Edition of 15
Mother + Daughter at the Fair, 16x20", Silver Halide Print, Edition of 15
General Electric, 12x18", Silver Halide Print, Edition of 15