Dylan Lewis is a photographer and writer based in Richmond, Virginia. He studied English and Creative Writing at Virginia Commonwealth University. His work explores the tension between image-as-documentation and image-as-construction, as well as themes of memory, longing, fantasy, and solitude. His photographs attempt to disrupt the already fraught relationship between image, language, and narrative, and to create a space where new forms of meaning-making emerge. His work has been featured by The Heavy Collective, Pomegranate Press, Ghost City Press, and others.
The images in Dusker act as physical expressions of interior states. Situated between exhalation and incantation, they construct a space where the ontological unease of ‘documentary’ photography, the aestheticizing eye of fiction, and the emotional texture of dreams within an always-already fractured reality intertwine.
To view more of Dylan Lewis’s work please visit his website.