“Blueprints” gravitates towards the notion that our home is the reflection of ourselves. Instead of conventional photographic portraiture, in this body of work I reveal the personalities of my subjects by depicting the contents of their homes. “Blueprints” do resemble architectural floor plans; however, they are in fact an unusual form of portrait. Every object within the walls of my subject’s home, rendered inside the divisional lines of the “Blueprints,” is a clue about the person’s character and personality. The way the content of a house is arranged reveals, in a whisper, whether the person is organized, chaotic, romantic, divorced. The...
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