About me

Glen Gorham is a native San Diegan with a background in graphic and interior/spatial design. He has been an avid collector of vintage cameras, surfboards, ukuleles, tikis, and Hawaianna for some time and loves the idea of resurrecting timeless period pieces. Glen incorporates many home-made contraptions and devices into his photography including a variety of lenses and (pre/post production) filters that tend to play with the idea of light and perspective. In his paintings, Glen tends to take a more organic approach, often using natural products such as wood which contain properties that mimic those present in real life, such as waves (the woodgrain) and the sun (the knots in the wood).

*written by Ciara Rafferty (then gallery curator at sutfindian) for a joint show:
"All roads lead to Tourmaline"