Feelings of anxious transitions and the process of coping with such experiences influence Casey Michael Robertson’s work. He enjoys making short-term projects that use a small handful of images. When not making photographs, Casey is usually watching The Office, making poor life choices with friends, or surfing (the web). He also plays around with silkscreen and hand poked tattoos. Casey received his BFA in Photography at the State University of New York at New Paltz. He currently lives and works in the Hudson Valley of New York. Today we share his series Makeshift.
It was a harsher winter than we were accustomed to. The consistently bitter weather drew us indoors, taking us away from the short periods of daylight we had. We spent many days alone in the comfort of heated rooms, observing the outside only through windows. These photographs illustrate a period of internal and external isolation.
To view more of Casey’s work, please visit his website.