An ongoing series:
Technology of all sorts has made the world an increasingly small place: one where people, places and lives are more interconnected than ever.
116 years after humans first assumed flight, the sight of airplanes in our skies is commonplace, even ignored. It is no longer miraculous; it is no longer special. Our future is elsewhere.
Photographed on 4x5 film while utilizing real time flight tracking software, and printed in monumental size in an edition of one, these images are captioned not with the shooting locations, but with the destinations of the aircraft bypassing the scene-- an examination of where we are not, and where we are going, while remembering the places and people we leave behind.
Exhibited at the Los Angeles Center of Photography the Barrett Art Center and the Millepiani Gallery, and featured in the North American Review, The Maine Museum of Photographic Arts' Antidote and Rattle.