36 mounted film slides, maple lightbox. 2020
There's so much that exists in the six feet you put in between people. I've attempted to capture the memories made, moments missed, stories told, and time lost within that space by presenting 36 images on slide film in a six foot long lightbox.
Originally a portrait photography project to capture friends from six feet away in front of the homes they've been quarantined to, Six Feet has evolved into a more comprehensive documentation of Denver, Colorado during the time of COVID-19.
I use a prime lens to make photos because I'm forced to immerse myself into a scene, to get up close and personal with what's happening around me. Due to Coronavirus, my work has shifted from documenting my personal story to capturing the stories that exist in the scenes of emptiness and moments of isolation.