Glitch In The Matrix


For months I have been quietly taking self-portraits in grocery stores and places familiar to all of us as a way to convey this idea of separation from nature and our increasing reliance on the artificial and our melding into this unnatural setting that surrounds us.

The photos have become a greater expression of the points I made in my first book, Toxic Rainbows. I dwell on questions of purpose, will and reason and seek to understand my place in this increasingly artificial world where the digital encroaches on nature.

More photos and info about this project under the tab “Photos From The Matrix”.

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