Film Layering

This series is an unconventional approach to analogue photography, with opposing themes like sexuality and religion. This work takes the mechanics of analogue photography beyond its limits by physically altering the final look of the image by layering them on the scanner to form a composition. The layering of the film represents the complexity of human thought. My work is carefully considered and renders an image from my own personal experiences. I take inspirations from masters of photography and painting like Francis Bacon, Annie Brigman, Alexander Rodchenko and Robert Mapplethorpe.