As a computer science student, I experienced a dimension of creativity that exists in the space between the computer screen and the code that generates a display. My creative process explores digital imagery using bilateral symmetry, pareidolia (seeing faces in patterns), and velvety colors via photo editing software. Photo editing effects create images as directed by their code using filters and artificial intelligence. Amazing color, beauty, and emotion can be found in those designs. These photographic image files represent abstract, contemporary, and digital forms. I call this type of art multimedia photography.
Human beings and most living creatures on Earth display bilateral symmetry; our anatomy is divided down the middle into left and right sides. Using mirror technology, fascinating creatures can be formed with startling facial emotion. What I consider unique about my art is the digital process and uncanny ability of photo editing software to generate compelling otherworldly scenes; unexplored landscapes can be generated with faces or figures found hiding in each image.