dead reckoning


dead reckoning (noun): the process by which one’s present position is determined based upon a projected course from a previously known location and the passage of time.


Dead Reckoning is an ongoing series of lens and paper based works exploring notions of place and existence through a temporal structure. The locations used in the creation of the work are encountered delicately and purposefully, with paths followed or forged, and then traced and retraced to a point of personal awareness. Through slow, deliberate documentation, foreign lands transform into the familiar. This perceptual change occurs not in the landscape, but in the self.


the Atlantic 
Mount Fuji
in the woods, darkly
zinc oxide tape