Sacred Vessels is a series of photographic imagery I created in-studio by amalgamating various arrangements of unacquainted humans with objects that are personal to me–the result is a series of carefully positioned relationships between imaginary characters and transitory inventions. Pictorial scenes encompass a thematic range grounded in references to memento mori, vanitas, and a self-reflection through the mechanism of human communication. Through the intermediary of modern technology in contrast to a still harkening wilderness, we are shrouded in symbolism, mirrors, and a perplexing convocation involving the meeting of arcane ideas. 

Social environments, isolated thoughts compartmentalized within an array of evolving vacuums, and the personification of interrelations between human beings in connection to the objects they possess, have all remained connected to my interest throughout the production process.