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All of the works in Unmasked were made bwtween 1970 and 1974 in a chemical-based, analog photographic darkroom using fiber-based, black and white, chlorobromide photographic paper processed in traditional chemistry. Employing various experimental procedures with readily available materials, I unmasked the hidden potential for unleashing color responses on conventional black and white photographic paper.

I have included two photographs that are absent of color because they were made at the same time as the others and because their formal and conceptual strategies are compatible with the other works in Unmasked.

None of the one-of-a-kind photographs in Unmasked was made using digital compositing.