JD Dennison began photographing nature in high school. He would go for photographic excursions at night, out of a desire to capture something of the quiet world, rarely seen by diurnals like us.
Upon much patient work and experimentation, he developed a never before used technique of taking pictures at night and inverting them. This technique renders the photograph in a painterly fashion, reminiscent of East-Asian watercolor. It is entirely unique to JD’s work.
He honed this technique throughout college, and has finally taken it to the marketplace. Check out his show schedule to see where he will be next.
JD graduated from the University of Michigan in 2013 with a degree in Music Production, focusing on film scoring. He released a minimalist concept album titled Caelumand his film Fender Bender premiers at the Traverse City Film Festival this August.