Visual
Venus Rising: Seeing through Blackness, Laughing Through Whiteness

Venus Rising: Seeing through Blackness, Laughing Through Whiteness

A collaboration with the artist Tony Whitfield. Initiated as a somewhat traditional interaction between photographer and model, this work represents the unexpected intersection of distinctly different artistic practices and has become phase one in a collaboration between choreographer/performance artist David Hamilton Thomson and artist/designer Tony Whitfield exploring maturation in an idiosyncratic racialized body.      
Bear Lake (2007)

Bear Lake (2007)

  After my father passed away a friend, Warren Muller, invited me to stay with him in the Poconos to heal and breathe.  He introduced me to James Brown, who ran a store out there.  He closed the shop early and took us to Bear Lake for a swim.  This is a document of a...
Home (2002)

Home (2002)

This project was inspired by an issue of 2wice Magazine and the desire to revisit the meaning of home. I created the blueprint and designed a series of houses with an inserted ‘welcome mat’ the would unroll to reveal the text as you followed the pointing finger. These homes were made and then sent off to...