My background in photography, and the increase of communication via digital imaging and networked photographic devices, has lead me to research the image as a document of experience.
In a time when we are inundated with images both in the digital landscape and the urban landscape, I am focused on the potential for control or a way to filter our experience with these images. As a designer, I have begun to see images as data, containers of information, that have many access points. I seek to discover what makes an experience with images more meaningful. Just as the caption for an image reveals information, I wish to develop a system where dynamic media is used to enrich that documented experience, as well as allow room for interpretation and exploration by the viewer.
There is an opportunity to design richer experiences with photography where the audience has more control. Through dynamic media, we can change the long-standing relationship in photography between operator, object, and spectator and restore the message in the image.