These combinations of small images are based on the idea of quilts. Lots of small pieces that make up a greater whole. Most are three dimensional with some squares taller than others. They all seek to show more than one aspect of the subject.
The photographs in this piece are metal with magnets on the back so the viewer can move them around.
The center of this piece and its subject is an inventory of the enslaved people and their corresponding values on Ossabaw Island in 1812
This piece, Comforts, is a hybrid of quilt/photography and includes 9 20" shadowbox frames with fabric mats that surround darker fabric on which photographs printed on linen, shot as you see them, are attached.
Living in Midtown Atlanta gave me an appreciation for the city and its geometry, expressed here.