An expert of minimalistic zen photographic images. Photographer who uses long exposures and carefully selected compositions to filter out what he calls the visual noise of everyday life.
Using long exposures, ranging from 20 seconds to 60 minutes, David Fokos works with the camera’s unique ability to average time in order to
examine and understand the mechanisms of human perception and to reconcile differing subjective and objective views of the world.
I have used the camera as a scientific instrument, the way a biologist might use a microscope or an astronomer a telescope, to reveal what is felt but often unseen.