Portraits of a Camoufleur is a body of photographic work which features military veterans who have transitioned back and forth between the military and civilian world. The photographic sculptures serve as portraits created by stacking collected archive photographs together inside shadowbox frames. The photographs have also had camouflage patterns physically cut out of them which reveal more of the underlying images and experiences the veterans have provided. The work serves as a window into military experiences, attempting to close the gap that exists between military and civilian culture.
Photography and Related Media (MFA)
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School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (CAD)
Guinto, Michael C. II, "Portraits of a Camoufleur" (2019). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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