TOMMY NEASE
ROSLYN, WASHINGTON
25 YRS

 

 

 
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Photographer Tommy Nease’s images resemble something channeled from the subconscious directly into a photograph.

Like the dream sequence in an Alfred Hitchcock film, Nease’s silver gelatin photographs of a woman pierced by an arrow, a boulder balanced on a hillside, a body curled up into itself surrounded by a halo of light are visitations from another reality. In his black-and white-photographs, this peripatetic young photographer captures snow-topped mountaintops and walls of obscuring clouds that give both a surreality to the physical world and a feeling of being suddenly in nature’s powerful embrace.

-ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSITITUTION