The first humans opened their eyes in pre-history on a 

world defined not by presence but by absence

and utter lack of order with no lamplight, no map to guide the way.

Religion was born, not by one but many, as we struggle to impose reason on chaos with the help of the divine.

This single, central mission bound us all together and today, after countless millennia, our increasingly splintered faiths

hold close the foundation that supports mountains of dogmatic afterthought.

Mythology explores this battle between order and chaos, common to all races, colors and creeds.

CHAOS, 2000

silver gelatin print

7 x 5 in.; 17.8 x 12.7 cm.


platinum paladium print ed.5

7 x 5 in.; 17.8 x 12.7 cm

silver gelatin print ed. 5


silver gelatin print 

ed. 5 (7 x 5 in.; 17.8 x 12.7 cm)

Crucifixion, 2000


Silver Gelatin

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