Hello, my name’s Christopher. I recently graduated from Carleton College with a major in Cinema and Media Studies, and a minor in Art History. Outside of my studies, I worked for the school as a media relations photographer, a photography teaching assistant, and a darkroom technician.
I’m drawn to photography as a means of navigating the world and building interpersonal relations. A camera permits a new perspective on the things around us, and opens doors to conversations and situations that otherwise might pass us by.
I am predominantly interested in Architectural photography – primarily the abstraction modern forms, and the navigation of a given space. It’s difficult to accurately capture the feeling of a highly engineered space, particularly when limited to a purely visual representation, but that challenge inspires me to keep shooting and pay more careful attention to these ineffable “spaces” in my life – what purpose they serve, what inspirations they draw on, how they function in fostering a given experience, etc.
I hope you enjoy my work, my flickr feed is below, and my more curated work is to the left. Thanks for taking the time to check out my website!