Visual Noises houses my experimental fine-art photography and video collections. The work I create explores patterns, narratives, and symbolism to reveal underlying forces at work. Collections are presented at random.
When I was younger I became interested in making drawings because it allowed me to dream and create simultaneously. In 2003, during my senior year of high school, I began taking photographs and developing black-and-white prints in the darkroom. Since 2007 I’ve been working with digital photography and image retouching. In 2016 I received my Master’s of Fine-Arts in Photography from Eastern Michigan University and am currently advocating my role as an educator; working in the fields of technology, web applications, and visual media.
Visual Noises is a subset of Jordan Ewert Photography. I create and collect images as a way to better understand the world around me. Visual Noises is a collection of expanding personal image collections.