Ceremonial Spaces [ 2002 - 2005 ]: These works began with images shot on location at various Mayan archaeological sites in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala. The archaeological images examine the role of the spiritual framed in our current technological culture. They show archaic structures conjoined digitally with elements symbolic of our technological evolution through the process of collage. In this series, I hope to contrast the contemporary obsession with the scientific and the rational against the sublime landscape of Mayan Temples and the surrounding jungle.
Media: These works are created from digital photographs and printed as large archival murals on canvas and paper. The works on paper are printed 10 x 30 inches in editions of 10. A single canvas print (usually 25 x 75 inches) is also printed using UV pigments.