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Fine Art Print

2019, Open Edition

Archival photographic print on heavyweight, acid-free soft gloss paper. Includes a certificate of authenticity on request. Features a 1.5" white border around the image to allow for easy framing.


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Philip and Addysen completed extensive work to achieve this set. They shot at her dad's house while it was being remodeled. Holes were put through the metal trash can (a lot of work), and a 150 watt lightbulb was placed inside. They used a battery powered smoke machine for the haze. The setup took 12 hours to capture the moment at 6 am. It was shot through a broken window pane where the creature broke in and was caught. Notice Philip's cameo.

Philip Roy

Austin, Texas

Philip Roy is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker turned photographer. He explains the transition, "after lighting and shooting over 30 feature films, I started to find myself more interested in photography. It's more romantic and not so rushed like film. I wanted more time to create and light." Using stage lights from his filmmaking days, Philip lights each photograph and captures the scene in one frame. In other words, he does not alter or retouch the images in the studio - it is all captured in one shot on-site. In a time of digital manipulation, this is a purist approach to the art of photography. Philip stays awake late at night imagining new scenes, and then does the discovery and planning on site. He uses the materials and settings near him, often shooting himself or his girlfriend in their trailer and nearby properties. Based in Austin, Texas, Philip also enjoys running the lake, developing new show ideas and eating sushi.

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