is known for his approach to photography through a messy and experimental process. He started taking cliché pictures of New York City in black and white, but now his work has even been called psychedelic because of the colours. In his collection, Lakes and Reservoirs
, he soaks colour photographs in the specific lake or reservoir water that they represent. The result is a set of pictorial images, a colourful fusion of the photographic element and its material form. Today, we speak with the photographer blurring the lines between experimentation, art, photo, print and scientific research.