Age? Location? Website?
ageless. Bermuda. www.tinyvices.com
Tell us a little bit about your work.
I have a hard time putting words to my pictures, they are on one level very personal in that they are reflections of my own experiences, and yet once they become 'public' I want for them to be very open ended and universal. I actually try super hard not to over analyze my work, which helps me to just be responsive to my own ideas.
How do you go about creating a piece? Where did you shoot all these great water shots?
I am very untechnical in the way I work, I like to have an idea, as simple a one as possible, and then recreate that idea with my camera. I think if you look at my pictures it's pretty easy to figure out how I made it. I like to have fun making my pictures, it is important to me that it is an enjoyable time for me and whomever I am working with. I have made most of the underwater images in Bermuda, but some recently in the Bahamas.
Magnus Constable and Conch salad, not necessarily in that order.
no thank you
Tools of the trade?
Cannon 5d , custom underwater housing Del Mar housing Projects, adobe photoshop
Worst and best thing ever?!
A humpback whale shit on me last Tuesday (honestly) I think all that good luck must cancel out whatever the worst was.
Some of my photos will be included in Tim Barbers 'Various Photographs' exhibit at the New York Photo Festival this month, and hopefully that show will travel this summer, there is also talk of a book being created from it...
In July I am surfing all month... after that anything could happen.
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