2014. Giclée on Hahnemühle Photo Luster mounted on dibond. 43 in. x 57 in. (framed)
After Fabergé is a series of five prints which transform an iconic symbol of desire and wealth into uncanny objects composed of modern furniture, computer parts, and historic architecture. Set on stark white backgrounds and rendered with perfect glossy surfaces, the imagined forms appear almost like a commercial product with an eerily ambiguous function. The eggs are meticulously crafted in virtual space and are presented as highly-detailed, large photographic prints. In 2017, the series was exhibited alongside original Fabergé eggs at the Walters Art Museum.