All the Light Projection prints are 8x10" handmade, unique and one of a kind silver analog prints. Light is projected through an optical lens onto silver black and white photo paper and then developed in the darkroom via my entropic processes I have developed over the years to bring out certain varied aspects of the print grain by the manipulation of the silver metals in the paper using a variety of re-development techniques, brushes, bleaches and toners and Solarisation. They are camera-less and film-less images - but they are not Photogram's (nothing was placed on the surface of the paper). So I call them Light Projections. I am still trying to figure out if these have ever been made in the history of photography - in quite this way - as the circles are purely optical in nature and are really those "Bokeh like" Circles of Confusion that a lens can produce.
Thomas Brummett has been working as a fine art & commercial photographer since 1983 when he graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. His work has been honored both nationally and internationally. He has been honored as one of the best photographers in America in the hardbound annual American Photography #11, #12, #23 & #28. In 2008 and 2014 his work was honored best in the world by the World Photography Awards. In 2004, 2009 and 2012 he was also honored by the International Photography Awards (IPA) as well as the Photo Graphis Awards Annual.