I make art in a few ways, all photography based, for commissions. One way is to photograph scenes in an overlapping multiple exposure style along the length of film inside the camera. In this style scenes, time, and space overlap and the frames of the exposures appear as bands in the final image, the overall series is called “Intersections”. The second way is when I apply household or industrial chemicals to film based images of nature or landscape photography. These are in an ongoing series called “Chemical Alterations” where the images exist in a state between creation and destruction, representation and abstraction. The third way is via camera-less images, or “Photograms”, made by directly placing objects onto light sensitive materials and exposing to colored light (often via multiple exposures).
It is best to view examples of these three modes on my website at http://dougfogelson.com/.