The Panorama project began about 8 years ago while I was backpacking through South America.Traveling on my own through countries likeArgentina, Chile, Brazil and Peru, I quickly realized that it would be quite some time before I would again have this opportunity to return to these sites.The places I visited were so unique that sometimes taking a picture didn’t fully suffice as a memory. I needed more; I wanted to capture the feeling of standing in front of these magnificent views. The only logical solution was to try and capture every thing my eyes were capable of seeing by taking multiple photographs of each scene and combining them together at the end as a huge, single, atmospheric image. While I was unsure how the results would turnout, I was rather determined—finishing my travels with over 50,000 photos.
Upon returning home, I was finally able to print these pictures and attach them by hand, and a few years later, via computer. Now, when I look at these huge prints, I am taken back to those same places and times. This has since evolved into a long-term project of mine, and as my journeys around the world continue, this is how I capture my memories.