His approach to photography is one of a sincere and honest appreciation of the feculent urban beauty we find ourselves surrounded by, even if its beauty is obscured at first sight. This chimes perfectly with the Delphian Gallery ethos, and so we simply had to work with him.
Lost Coast is a deeply personal project that he created whilst undertaking a five day hike with his two older brothers along the most desolate part of the California coastline. It is a series of photographs that was never intended to be shown, and this has instilled the works with an intimacy that is immediately compelling. The dark and brooding, atmospheric landscapes are cinematic to the fullest degree, and the figures that sometimes feature seem both utterly lost and completely content. The hike is both pilgrimage and adventure, and the show is the physical document of a trip we weren’t invited on and can never experience.
Lost Coast asks us to consider moments forgotten and moments that could have been, encouraging us to embrace our vulnerability in seizing adventure.
It is a show we feel very proud to be involved in, and we hope anyone else who experiences it is filled with the same wanderlust as we were when we first saw the works so many weeks ago.
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