This portfolio contains 3 series of botanical photographs, each made without the use of a camera. Camera-less photography is a historic process in which light-sensitive paper is exposed in contact with an object. Using found organic matter as my subjects, I express their forms in minimalist lines, muted tones, and the play of interacting shapes. Combining early photographic methods with 21st-century technology is the basis for this work, which offers a contemporary approach to a classic still life theme.

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