I always have at least one camera with me at all times, and now that I have a toddler most of my images are made between work and home. Because I work across the street from the Stata Center — which contains the Computer Science and Artificial Laboratory (CSAIL) and Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, among other things — I come across the building several times a day. It’s an easy building to shoot in that it lends itself to photography, and I’m constantly bumping into people taking a photo of it. However, it’s difficult to make a unique image of the building that stands out from the plethora of photos online.
Joshua Sari?ana's, PhD, passion for photography coincided with his interest in the brain and mind. After studying neuroscience at UCLA and MIT, Sari?ana switched his focus to the practice and theoretical study of photography. He has had a solo exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography, shown at the Month of Photography Los Angeles, and Photoville. Most recently, Sari?ana was named as a Critical Mass 2017 and 2018 Top 200 Finalist. He has written extensively on the brain and photography for PetaPixel and presented on the topic at Flashpoint Boston and Trinity College, Dublin.