Worlds Within began as two separate ideas by Tim Chao and Luke Bial before being merged into one series. Part of this idea was to use multiple exposures to capture both the inner and outer worlds of people on to one image. Through the use of black and white film photography, darkroom development and printing, the two create a series of complex images that presents each individual's personality, thoughts, emotions, and desires.

The body of work of Worlds Within was exhibited from December 19th through 28th at Indi Go Gallery, Champaign Illinois.


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Metamorphosis      
by Tim Chao
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Macklyn      
by Luke Bial
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Adagio in d minor      
by Tim Chao
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Amanda      
by Luke Bial
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Enlightenment in the darkest place      
by Tim Chao
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Marshall      
by Luke Bial
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Reminiscence      
by Tim Chao
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Lauren      
by Luke Bial
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Daniel      
by Luke Bial
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Floating Universe      
by Tim Chao
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Morning noise      
by Tim Chao
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Hallelujah Its a rainy day      
by Tim Chao
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Tim      
by Luke Bial
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Luke Bial      
by Tim Chao
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5 comments on “Worlds Within Series

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  2. Alex Kryszkiewicz on said:

    Really inspiring work guys. Makes me want to go out and purchase an old Nikon FM2 like the one I used to use with my pops. My favorites: Reminiscence & Marshall.
    All the best,
    Alex

  3. Nasir Hamid on said:

    Yum yum! Lovely work and very inspiring too. I went back to using film around a year ago and I’ve been loving every single frame I’ve exposed. My FM2′s I bought 25 years ago are still going strong but I find myself more drawn to medium and large format these days.

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