I have long been fascinated with the relationship between light and shadow. In the series “White Shadows,” I use FomaPan R film from the Czech Republic to invert the relationship between black and white. When printed on photographic paper, the reversal of negative to positive in the developed film produces images in which black become white and white becomes black - white shadows, black light. These abstract images of shadows on adobe and architectural forms taken out of context become even more striking when the canonical relationship of black and white is turned inside out. Which is real, and which is illusion? The viewer must decide.