Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Multiple #2

This series compiles alternate images taken for Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits, featuring subjects who did not initially appear in that body of work. The portraits are shown in their original form as 2 ¼” cyanotypes and put into arrangements of multiples that speak to the project’s unique photographic process and notions of interrelatedness and interiority in a collective society.

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Multiple #3

This series compiles alternate images taken for Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits, featuring subjects who did not initially appear in that body of work. The portraits are shown in their original form as 2 ¼” cyanotypes and put into arrangements of multiples that speak to the project’s unique photographic process and notions of interrelatedness and interiority in a collective society.

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Multiple #4

This series compiles alternate images taken for Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits, featuring subjects who did not initially appear in that body of work. The portraits are shown in their original form as 2 ¼” cyanotypes and put into arrangements of multiples that speak to the project’s unique photographic process and notions of interrelatedness and interiority in a collective society.

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Multiple #6

This series compiles alternate images taken for Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits, featuring subjects who did not initially appear in that body of work. The portraits are shown in their original form as 2 ¼” cyanotypes and put into arrangements of multiples that speak to the project’s unique photographic process and notions of interrelatedness and interiority in a collective society.

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Weighing the Rain: Multiples

Multiple #9

This series compiles alternate images taken for Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits, featuring subjects who did not initially appear in that body of work. The portraits are shown in their original form as 2 ¼” cyanotypes and put into arrangements of multiples that speak to the project’s unique photographic process and notions of interrelatedness and interiority in a collective society.