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In 1976, I met the Vancouver artist Al Razutis, who taught me how to make holograms. A year later,
I was awarded a government art grant to research holographic special effects.

Selective Memories

I started with lighting techniques. On the right is a photograph of a 3D hologram that features spot-lit pebbles in the foreground and rough-edged rocks lurking in the shadows.

hologram of spot-lit stones

holographic barnacles

Callous Reunion

All of the holographic subjects had to be rock solid and remain perfectly still during the long exposure time, which is why I chose barnacles.

Museum Piece

Even biological materials had to be rigid like a crow's skull.

Spot-lit crow's skull

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