Seeing the invisible
Wavelength began with the goal of shooting light trails to find those 'happy accident' moments where a single photo would have something interesting going on. 

As scuba shot and developed more and more of these 35mm film photos from the window of a moving car, he started seeing ways one photo could flow into another to create something more.
Finding new worlds
the quality of the jagged lines contrasted with eerie, soft clouds led to  the creation of haunting scenes and faces with much more depth than any of the individual photographs. 

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