These are images made without camera or lens, but rather by exposing photographic materials directly to the light within the E.T. & H. K. Ide building in St Johnsbury Vermont. This old wooden grain elevator is sheathed in metal, and where nails have lost purchase and fallen out, holes remain. These nailholes act as apertures and project images into the building. These images of the sun that fall on floors and walls move across the room as the day progresses and the sun travels across the sky. I’ve been darkening the rooms to make these projections more visible, and capturing these travelers on paper,film and video in as direct a fashion as I can.

video: Travelers Impressionhttps://vimeo.com/57641553
video: Flickeringhttps://vimeo.com/69909543
video: At Work Capturing Travelershttps://vimeo.com/69339176

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trajectories / photographstrajectories.html
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Color of Light / Gradients color_of_light.html
Staring Into the Sunstaring_into_the_sun.html
Travelers
Contactcontact.html
Postcards From My Memory manipulations.html
Work In Progresslatest.html