Immersive Panoramic Multi-Panel Photography

I work with a view camera and film.

This is how I do it.

Each panorama is comprised of three or more sheets of film. I make my images by rotating the camera on a tripod, exposing each negative as quickly as possible. The gaps in the images show the boundaries between each sheet of film.

Big, Beautiful Prints

The large format sheet film I use captures intricate detail that translates to very large print sizes. Each piece of a panorama is printed and framed individually. My longer panoramic images can span nearly any wall.

All prints are made with archival materials and printed to the highest artistic standards.

Most art is either entertainment or propaganda. Neither type of art is based on the truth. True art inspires the heart to remember its journey and offers a map for the perplexed soul.

A map is a device designed to enable passage from one place to another. Beholding a map, a person stands ready to enter liminal space, the temporary place one occupies during a passage. When one is neither here nor there.

How can a photograph be a map? I will give you an example.

I once received an email from a physician working in a hospital. This person told me that it had become their practice to visit one of my images when they needed to settle difficult thoughts or feelings. To pass through a difficult time. To find their way back to a state of mind they knew they had lost. That person found their way gazing into a large landscape image.

In my spare time

I am with my family on Cape Cod when I am not making photographs. My wife and two young boys bring joy and balance to my life. We go on adventures. We stay at home. We have too many interests and passions and try to do it all!