Unnatural explores the growing disconnect between nature and people. We at home are exposed to nature through digital mediums such as photographs, videos, the internet, or even desktop wallpapers. By using stock footage accompanied by Foley created sounds, the process of filling in the missing sensory experience is imagined.
Anticipation & Reflection explores the concept of time. This video offers the viewers the experience of being in a pivotal point. Both the oncoming future and the past that is being left behind is presented to them simultaneously.
Effortlessly undressing layer upon layer, Without Reason seeks to address the power and protection that is portrayed through our clothing. Metaphorically resembling the process one takes when getting familiar with another person, it becomes difficult to continue after experiencing their core, or in this case, plastic body. Through quietly dissecting the models clothes and performing an autopsy on an onion, a metaphor is portrayed literally, in hope to better understand Ken Carson.
Time seems to be an important currency today. Constantly morphing, our surroundings have us chasing an ever-changing target for an exit to the maze. But the doorway doesn’t lead to a final destination. Quests bleed into different trailheads. As perspectives continue to be stimulated, we begin to progress on auto control, discovering and reaching for more. At moments information that is passing across our eyes at a speed incomprehensible distorts our understanding. As we experience various avenues, we begin to notice patterns. It is up to the individual to digest the significance of these patterns and continue forward.
"We Were" is an abstract representation of the life cycle of a friendship, centered around synchronicity. To some extent, synchronicity is present in nearly all human relationships, to the point of strangers in board rooms breathing simultaneously during meetings, or people in elevators blindly mimicking each other's movements. Past that, people use the phrases "in sync" and "out of sync" to describe their connections with people. As such, the video features two young women who gradually fall in and out of sync in a very literal way, and highlights their voices, facial expressions, and body language.