From the ground to air, from stills to motion, dance is an elite form of movement. Dance is not just the beauty in body but also the understanding of self and others. As a dancer and photographer, I desire to capture the moment that best interprets the motion and the dancer to the audience as a moment that will leave you in peace, in space, and in time.
May 2016, Coincidently, the 100th year of the National Parks, I started to cross the country. Now typically when people go cross-country they travel east to west, but this trip was to explore all the states in all their beauty. Few places home such vast wonder, from the spectacular nature of national and state parks to the concrete jungle where the urban landscape never stops changing. This album includes all the beauties that I saw, along with, the execution of my artistic vision.
48 states were seen on this trip.
People don't see each other,
People don't hear each other,
People don't speak to each other,
People don't care for each other,
People don't think for each other.
Breathe in. Hold. Exhale. Look at the people next to you, when is last time you notice others around you?
Not the awareness of their physical being but where they at in life, in your life.
I recently noticed that people are more hostile and careless towards each other and not so open with each other, and it grows day by day.his body of work is a conceptual take on the issue; of people's see-less, hear-less, speak-less, careless, and thoughtless attitude towards one another, In a time where we are all connected but yet apart." ------------------------------------- Those photographs are meant to be an interactive piece where the participants need to flip the images that have glued together. Personally, this way the wet ink will have left on your fingertip thus connect you and thus completing the "Missing Link." -------------------------------------Thanks for @preislergrabicki For being a great dancer and model! And thanks @farahhosny_photography For assisting me to bring this project to an fantastic ending! And of course thanks the @newyorkfilmacademy