We learn in school that the human body is 55-60% water. Water is key to life. It’s found all around us every day.
With these photographs I explore the use of water and objects to understand how light, color, patterns, and texture can affect the composition of a photograph in an aqueous environment. My intention for these images is to take conventional objects and create new worlds in water.
I was curious about combining natural elements with soapy water: what visuals would I produce? These abstract images portray basic objects in a experimental fluid setting. Through changing techniques, elements and colors, I hope to create images that engage viewers.