Holes in the Universe

Part personal, part universal, this portfolio looks at the world from a different paradigm which unifies a common vision amongst people. When Picasso first started to deconstruct his paintings into Cubism, his work closely aligned itself with a greater sense and awareness of how movement and emotion were perceived and never before painted.

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  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
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  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations
  • Boston Photographic Illustrations

Holes in the Universe

'Holes in the Universe' series explores my personal sense of reality fragmented into smaller quantifiable windows. Using the photographic medium for a closer inspection to consider both small and larger components and complexities of life and be able to share that vision with an audience.