The Motion Project is an ongoing effort to explore the various ways that abstract images can be created via pure photographic means, by pairing the subject, moving or still– with a controlled camera, again, moving or still. That may be a little confusing, but one has to recognize the unique characteristics of photography: the option that pure photography affords the artist to reveal motion, or hide it, is pretty unique. By studying motion and experimenting with controls, we can discover perfect pairings of subject and technique. Perhaps the ideal way to think of this approach, is a "Portrait of an slice-of-time event."
I hope you enjoy this series as much as I enjoy discovering new motion possibilities!