About the Book
In 1827, a frenchman created the first photograph which required an exposure of nearly 8 hours. since that summer day the photograph has had the ability to stir emotion and quicken the memory. it possesses an almost magical quality, existing in the liminal space between the real and the ethereal.
life in situ, meaning life in place, is a collection of work that attempts to catch a glimpse of the extraordinary within the mundane. this collection is an invitation to gaze into the thought provoking realm of life wherever it’s found.