c. a. Long’s photographs capture the beauty of the urban decay from many disregarded and abandon Cleveland buildings, bridges, and cityscapes. The photographs process a variety of serendipitous abnormalities. The photos were created instantly by using different vintage Polaroid cameras. The color, texture, and atmosphere unite with sharp images with blurry edges. The photos are stunning.
“My work explores my personal interaction with the city of Cleveland, my hometown. I use photography as a means to document the world around me and to call attention to things that other people often overlook…My goal is to…open up an unexplored world, a place of curious self-expression, filled with new chances, new beginnings, and most importantly new stories.” c. a. Long
c. a. Long’s photography is on exhibit at The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences through August 15, 2012. The works are for sale. To purchase work or questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-368-0722.