My portfolio of photomontage work, as seen in 'Vol. 1', in a more- affordable size!
And new shots not in Vol. 1 as well!
The photos shown here are flat, digital reprints of a three dimensional body of work. My photomontages consist of a series of individually shot single images physically stacked together to create a larger whole. By building up the photos on layers of foam core, I create a composite image that has as much to do with sculpture as with photography. It is still photography with aspects of time, motion and depth.
Mark Lowrie is a photographer and film editor who has been developing new styles of photographic montage for over fifteen years. The three dimensional and sculptural aspects of his work are uniquely his own. Influences include David Hockney, NASA Planetary photomosaics, Frank Lloyd Wright, Eadweard Muybridge, the GAF Stereo Viewmaster, Benoit Mandelbrot, the National Park System, Joseph Sanchez, Raoul Duke, Ed Abbey and Simon Gittins.