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I'm an artist working at the intersection of photography and sculpture using 3D scanning. I make space for people to experience their own bodies as volume and landscape, and for people to experience sensory memory of an object. I do this by sculpting entirely with volume and light.
Instead of taking photos with a camera, I use a 3D scanner. I simply love experiencing the body as volume. No skin, no clothes, no lighting, just the shape and space we take up.
There are unlimited ways to look at the human form when it is captured in 360 degrees. I light up every time I get to show someone their own body as volume, and see them zoom into a curve and create a mountain landscape, or zoom out and see the top of their head as if a bird looking down from the sky.
Because I work in digital wire frames you can also see through the body. Sometimes people think my art is an x-ray or inverse of a photo, but even more mysteriously it is actually seeing through the body as a container. You don’t see what is inside. Instead you see, for example, your front and your back at the very same time. Using the 3D scanner also means I have the information needed to 3D print and create sculpture that invites touch and interaction.
I grew up in a Mormon family on a farm in Southern Idaho. I went to community college in Wyoming and university in Texas. I have been a professional dancer traveling across the United States performing and teaching. I have been a director of various software and interactive technology projects in New York City.
I migrated to New Mexico in 2020 to temporarily quarantine with a family friend. I chose to stay because of the space, freedom, sun, landscape and goodwill that moves me to make the art that I’m meant to make in this South West chapter of my life.
My art at it's essence is about seeing in new ways and being surprised by what it brings up inside us. This is what I invite you to imagine along with me through this art. I call it Night Sculpture, because most of my 3D scans are captured in the dark.
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