These are all handmade pinhole cameras made in my studio, from copper and brass sheet. The pinhole camera, the simplest insrument with no lens, no viewfinder, no advancing mechanism is really a light tight container that holds photo sensitive materials (film or paper). My cameras are designed to be one exposure machines, which need to be reloaded to take another image. Experimentation with light and time are interests of mine, which is how this body of work started many years ago.
The images you see on this website are photos taken from the cameras I fabricate.
I find materials in scrap yards and recyclable or found objects whenever possible. Attention to detail and craftsmanship are of great importance of mine when creating a work of art.