I have always known that I see the world in more varied shades than most, but I’ve often wondered if looking at the world differently could be a shared trait among others. Not Just a Series of Images is a fine-art thesis that examines the subjectivity of visual truth through urban landscape. This visual exploration of place studies the subjective truth in seeing and alteration of personal perception.
Not Just a Series of Images alters viewer’s perceptions by melding urban environment spaces with photographic compositional tools such as color variance, geometry, shifts in perspective, and textural overlays. Used as the visual representation of our subconscious mind, these tools present a paradox between truth and meaning and ask us to question how our visual perceptions affect the way in which we navigate our world. My intention with this series is to create a collective subjective experience that connects us not through our sameness but through our uniqueness.