The Genesis of things

Initially the camera was a Survival mechanism, a way of breathing after a long series of sharp impacts to the side of the head. From these early visits the process became ingrained within daily life.

Like meditation, delving into the subconscious became ritualistic and as the frequency increased I’ve found myself creating these scenes in favor of social endeavors, work and personal care.

This scene means so much, in that it became the catalyst for everything that was to follow. At the time, my neighbor was operating a basement thrift shop which quickly became imperative to my happiness, providing endless and more importantly proximity friendly supplies of a multitude of materials to work from.

Endless night of lock-ins, backed by the ambient waves of Aphex Twin, light and shape began to form up as the technology began to fade into the background, replaced by instinct through conditioning. None of it made any real sense, however the process alleviated the inner darkness allowing momentary respite from the constant noise that plagued my world.

On becoming lost

Something that is vital to my existence, and it’s often very misunderstood, is being...

Sleep Brings Relief and the Hope of a New Day {Bush Poem}

We hid away from your world however you delivered it to our doorstep like...

Intentful Downsizing

To live honestly, without distraction or dilution, allowing my hyperfocus uninterrupted free reign demanded...

A Big Change

On a trip to Coober Pedy something happened that changed my direction literally overnight....

Real VS Ideal Group Show

Male; Real/Ideal is the creation of Brodie Paparella who had experienced at first hand how...

The modifier and the technical

With the advances in understanding the technical and working with people, it quickly became...

The Process Driven Lab

Experimentation and control has become such large parts of my practice. The lab is...