I aim to explore the role cinematographic representation plays in our experience of architecture.
Two dominant styles of NYC representation blend and create a lens that viewers can use to perceive architecture and the atmosphere it portrays. Film Noir and Neo-Noir became necessary for their tendencies to help focus on specific details and generate unreal spatial qualities. It creates an atmosphere in a way that print media cannot due to its unique qualities of time passage and sounds. All these elements combine to create a recognizable yet completely unique and novel representation of the city. I continue searching for ways to push the boundaries of realism & capture a surrealistic illustration of the external world.