CJ Heyliger is studying at the University of California, Los Angeles. This body of work is born out of the realization that my interests lie in using photography to create an environment rather than to depict one–viewing the landscape as a studio instead of a subject, and using the camera as an interpreter as opposed to a recorder. I take two approaches to picture-making. The first is a straightforward, empirical manner where description is of the highest importance.
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