Detail Oriented is an exercise in taking note of that which might ordinarily be overlooked.
By framing the subject matter in physical space via cardboard cutouts, and then again through the frame of the camera, the viewer’s perception is transformed to focus on the subtle beauty in a larger scene. The analogue cropping technique, which often includes ambient shadows and items protruding out of
their own frames, plays with our modern expectations of digital technology, while the organic subject matter encourages a renewed connection with the natural world.
Inspired by mindfulness practices, Detail Oriented invites us to take pause in our day to day to savour the sensory abundance of our surroundings, one facet at a time.