Humans began manufacturing cloth or textiles over 6000 years ago. Initially used as clothing, over time cloth has been used for various purposes, both functional and aesthetic.

Cloth has all of the characteristics I love in photographic subjects. It comes in various colors, textures, weight and degrees of translucency. It can be folded into the most sensuous shapes that can take on the appearance of other objects in chamelion-like fashion. In short, it is infinitely mutable and thus offers a wonderful playground for creative play.

I've created two distinct series using cloth.

Linteum I depicts the more organic, sumptuous aspect of fabric. It is full of dynamic movement and layered dimension.

Linteum II combines fabric with paper to explore the structural luminance of sheer cloth. More two dimensional, these images are playful cutouts of light, cloth and paper.