These photographs were made on locations in the state of Maine in the US. I work after the sun goes down, with a variety of knock-down structures of aluminum framing, ripstop light diffusers that cover the framework and 20' x 30' of ground, a remotely-triggered camera attached to roller bearings on a crossbeam to work as an X/Y plotter to gather images that are later knitted together in post-production, and portable battery packs and lights triggered wirelessly. My friends and family members are my models.
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