To create this series, I began by photographing, fields, mountains, lakes, trees, sky, roads, then in post-production I digitally mixed and matched them together to create a place that feels like it could exist, even if only in a dream. To help carry the narrative, I built movable sculptures from wire, foam, duct tape, fake fur, plastic eyes and acrylic paints. For the protagonist, I sewed together a suit of hair with lots and lots of strawberry blonde hair wefts. Then, I photographed these elements, on a green screen, according to the desired lighting and perspective needed to composite into the landscape backgrounds.
Irrational Reality is a pilgrimage of the soul and heart, it is a telling of the journey each of us need to take to find out who we really are and where we are meant to be.