This project began as an assignment from Rick Ueda at Art Center at Night: take a picture of a sheet of paper. The only restriction was that it could not be crumpled. (Apparently the first reaction of many photography students when confronted with this problem is to take artistic pictures of a wrinkled, crumpled ball.)
My photographs were shot using long shutter speeds to capture the motion of the paper in flight. They reveal a complexity that one would not expect from such a banal event. Each frame is unique and improbable.
These images were shown at Backscatter, Create:Fixate's 2007 photography show. As a result, I have a bunch of 30"x20" LightJet prints mounted on aluminum sitting in storage. Let me know if you want to buy one. :)