Wild Kingdom Wild Kingdom (2014-Present) is a series of photographs referring to how social media creates a form of social distancing even before we began to speak about it with COVID 19. Social media can and does disconnect us from each other. In Wild Kingdom, I use imagery employing fictional backgrounds that I have photographed based on dioramas from many different natural history museums around the United States. I use these faux backgrounds as the starting point for a representational narrative to make a tableau setting. In my travels, I have photographed hundreds of people, all of them unawares I...
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