As an artist, I consider my primary task to be to observe and pay attention. The camera is my tool and my intersection with the world. I make photographs using the tri-color method, which reveals aspects of time, light and radiation that we fail to perceive in our day to day experience.
Tri-color is the original way to make a color picture. Three exposures are made onto black and white film through a red, green and finally a blue filter. These three negatives are then assembled together to create a color picture. RGB! It is the truest way to represent the world in color - recording light wavelengths like our own eyes receive them.