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Indigenous Healer

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"Hutong" is the Chinese word for typical old town districts in Beijing. You'll still find many of them in the very center of the city.
While Beijing is moving fast, developing new districts and constructing massive infrastructure projects, there are still some Hutongs which provide daily life which you would expect only in villages far away from modern metropoles as Beijing. The density and the warm and friendly atmosphere feels like entering a parallel universe.

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Young girls from the Krobo tribal group wear traditional beads
the dipo ceremony of the krobo girls in ghana, the transition from girls who become women, mothers and wives.

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This photographic series embodies the act of capturing a single moment in time. The ability to freeze motion is something that is at the very core of photography and has the ability to change the way we view objects all together. These photographs capture the fleeting moment in which an ordinary object is seemingly transformed into something other worldly. These floating figures are simply a person in a sheet captured at the peak of a leap in the air and transformed in to hauntingly beautiful levitating forms. All images are captured on 4x5 color film.

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Self-initiated experiments. Building little worlds in isometric views.

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I like to use a lot of humor in my work; Humor or Epicness (refer to http://drewlundquist.com if you haven't seen my work)

This series, the 'Poorly Posed Portraits' is one that has tickled my brain for good long while. I've seen countless blogs with compilations of horrible yearbook pictures and mugshots of all the people you never want to meet based on their photo.
The series is young, and will morph into something great (hopefully) as I alter my shooting and editing styles. I've already got some ideas in mind about how to go about capturing the best worst expressions next time I've got people in front of the camera.

I love feedback, and I'm open to suggestions if you notice anything or would just like to throw me your two cents.

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