For my latest body of work entitled "The Big Bang", I had become fascinated with the photogram. In my research artists such as Mariah Robertson, Susan Derges and especially Marco Breuer are doing work that I admire. I became intrigued by the possibilities of this photographic process. I thought to myself "What can I bring that maybe could be interesting to me?"

     My light source of choice would be fireworks of varying persuasions, combined with other materials. Interestingly, the images (Which were few and far between) were looking like fictional galaxies, with all their beautiful imperfections resembled our images of our real solar system, ironically created by the first Big Bang millions of years ago.

colorbang 62

colorbang 62

8 x 10 Unique chromogenic print

colorbang 61

colorbang 61

16 x 20 Unique chromogenic print

colorbang 60

colorbang 60

20 x 24 Unique chromogenic print

colorbang 50

colorbang 50

11 x 14 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

colorbang 61

colorbang 61

8 x 8 1/2 Unique chromogenic photogram

colorbang 60

colorbang 60

8 x 10 Unique chromogenic photogram

20 x 24 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

20 x 20 in. Unique photogram SOLD

4 x 6 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

cvolorbang 64

cvolorbang 64

Unique chromogenic photogram 10 x 11 in.

colorbang 29

colorbang 29

4 x 11 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

colorbang 30

colorbang 30

11 x 11 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

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20 x 24 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

8 x 10 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

20 x 24 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

8 x 10 in. Unique chromogenic photogram

8 x 10 in. Unique chromogenic photogram