Capturing immersive landscapes and architectural icons on the infrared spectrum, this series is a challenge to our perceptions of the visible world. From the rice fields of China to the streets of San Francisco, this ongoing collection features shots taken across the globe.

This invisible dimension is captured using an infrared-converted camera, paired with a specialized technique of editing that highlights this spectrum that the human eye cannot see. As foliage interacts with visible light, it reflects infrared light that is then captured by the camera. The surrealism of infrared acts as a gateway into a new approach of looking at familiar subjects, the ability to view them in a different light.



Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl Paper

All infrareds are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl paper. It has a rich metallic base and the colors have a reflective, metallic and 3-dimensional feel which creates a distinctive pearl-like appearance.