- TITLE: Presentification of Paradise
- MEDIUM: Digital Color and Infra-Red Photography
- SIZE: 16″ X 47″
- COMPLETION: 2012
This body of work explores the conceptual use of digital infrared photography as a means to investigate new ways of looking at the world we live in. Shot on the Big Island of Hawaii, diptychs composed of images of abandon vehicles juxtapose to stereotypical scenes of tourism or other daily realities shot in infra-red attempt to address the paradoxes of beauty, capitalism and notions of paradise.