My work exists at an intersection between art and science. With childlike curiosity, I examine the world with the determination of an explorer and the the eye of a scientist, studying and recording my wanderings.
I seek the strange, liminal spaces devoid of their inhabitants, but not without evidence of their presence. From remote architectural structures, to sites of construction and destruction, I investigate those areas on the periphery of our daily awareness. A solo explorer in the solitude of night, I photograph as a collector of raw materials; shadows, textures, light, and color.
— Beau Comeaux, Troy, New York, USA