phantoms of lost time

photographed using various
expired and discontinued 35mm films

What you see is not what you see.  Photographs, in the end, are scientific records.  They are scientifically calculated records of light that enters the camera—a machine that adjusts itself with moving parts that open and close.  The emotions and memories we attach to these photographs come from a human level. It is not the photographs that are creating these sentiments, but the human condition that is.

Reflections, frozen puddles, ever-changing cloud formations, glowing sunsets that evoke far away mountain ranges—they are phantoms of lost time, elusive glimmers of light and specters of memory.

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