Here you can find my 360 & augmented reality photography and videography. Shooting in 360 continues to raise many aesthetic and production questions. Where should the viewer look? How does the artist gently control movement in the space? Should the artist force a perspective or allow the viewer full autonomy?
Join me as I navigate this new and exciting immersive technology. On August 5, 2017 I exhibited a five 360 photographs using VR. Attendees were invited to immersive themselves in the beautiful landscapes of Monte Penna, Italy using an Oculus Rift headset.
I am currently working on an exhibit ‘360 & The Evolution of Digital Storytelling: the People, Places and Spaces of the Emilia-Romagna region’ .