From the series Chromatic Sublimatia, whose title means 'place of transcendent color', these photographs are an exploration into another reality. Taken through a prism with minimal post editing, architecture of the everyday suddenly becomes new. The viewer is invited to imagine the world of Chromatic Sublimatia all around us, a utopia of divergent wavelengths, hidden just out of view by the optical precision of our eyes.
Jordan Ross Ellingwood is a photographer living and working in Seattle, WA. Exploring concepts of time, place, and being through the lens is a recurring theme. From film to digital, pinhole to cyanotype, photography and its many modes are a constant source of inspiration. Jordan studied at Western Washington University as well as at Photographic Center Northwest, and continues his studies with each look through the lens.