I Swallowed A Rainbow is a photo series made using a kaleidoscope lens which when put over the lens of a 35mm old film camera, it makes the image look trippy and really cool. It was actually really difficult to do, only sunlight works best, and only a certain amount of it at particular times of the day, I never knew what result I was going to get, every image is always different somehow. Whenever I do it though, and I develop the images, they end up looking like they've been swallowed up by rainbows and prisms, the 6th one looks like a spider web kinda - I love to explore the mundane and make it look magical - I felt like these photos were an example of that. 

Part of this series appeared in Peach Magazine, NY.

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