Convergent Photography

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Convergent Photography is the production of images involving the use of convergent media. Convergent media refers to digital projections created by a combination of vector graphics, photographic stills and live and pre-recorded video, which collectively can be sonically or motion activated. These processes are taking place in real-time.

This mode of reshaping the digital projections creates numerous mise-en-scène thematic variations, which then form the basis of the photographic image. This is a working method that I have named Convergent Photography. Applications for this work currently include fashion, theatre, performance, dance, music, gallery exhibitions and education. A variety of projection surfaces are used that responds to and interact with the continuously changing projections. The result of this constant change is that no two images are the same. The images produced are straight from the camera and are not computer manipulations.