A photo light abstraction (from the "Light Moves" series) transformed into a kinetic light sculpture for a public art installation commissioned by the Fort Point Arts Community in Boston, MA.
A photo composite of twenty-six photo-wrapped, suspended lighting tubes superimposed over a large format light transmission of the same image. Sensors and fans activate motion in the suspended tubes, thus reanimating the original form of captured light.
Two 4'x6' light abstraction photographs transformed into a suspended, kinetic light sculpture that, in turn, enhances its surrounding environment.
Detail of a kinetic photo light sculpture designed and fabricated for an interactive exhibit at the Boston Childrens' Museum. This sculpture exhibits the dynamic range of yellow hues found in nature (i.e. forsythia, #2 pencil, school bus, traffic lanes, mac and cheese, rubber ducky, etc).
Nestled within metal tubes emulating organ pipes, this sculpture draws attention to the similarity in nature between light waves and sound waves while exhibiting how subtle variations in each can produce a range in aesthetic harmony.
A photo abstraction of reflected light transformed into a suspended light sculpture of reflection.
Large format, light-projecting photo-sculptural prototype