• Memories (2010)

    Memories is self-reflective piece which questions the nature of memory through an exploration of still photos from my childhood. In a world where the camera is able to capture our own personal histories, how much do we truly remember? If memories lack any tangibility, can we quantify or comprehend their value? Do documented memories simply remind us of past emotions or can they instill new ones? The piece not only addresses these questions but attempts to find solutions to them.
  • Video Portraits (2010)

    This video series explores portraiture in the digital age where an iPad serves as a modern day frame. Each image is a loose reproduction of an art historical portrait from Rembrandt to Kahlo. Despite being entirely digital, the strange movement of these pixellated images mimic the painter's brushstrokes.