The images above are from my wonderland series. They are based on the time spent with my daughter as she helps me rekindle the wonder that comes so naturally in childhood. Inspired by chance, I have allowed this project to lead me. Multiplicity, openness, and serendipity mirror my personal experiences in life. By giving up complete control, I hope for the “happy accident.” I’m always searching for those instances when a subject loses him or herself in the moment.
I collaborate with my nine-year-old daughter, and she provides a greatly appreciated, free spirited model for creative expression. This approach honors my artistic and personal interests. Seeing through my child’s eyes makes me more optimistic, and following this intuitive path has revealed to me the magic of vulnerability.
I’m inspired by images that capture movement, play, light, nature, and spirituality. With multiple layers, I hope for multiple meanings as I search for a visually poetic approach to expanding the fleeting moments of experience.
Coming to a Gallery Near You.
For The Love of God.
Challenging the Space Time Continuum.
Be Nice To The Earth.
Adobe Creative Suite.
Work Hard, Play Harder.
Wesley Corn is an award winning Photographer, Artist and Designer. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, in 2003 with a BFA in Graphic Design and Multimedia. In 2015, he earned an MA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He currently resides in a small farm house with two cats and his young daughter in Hendersonville NC. Wesley lives the life of an artist, designer, and photographer and enjoys the title #1 Dad.
He works for companies of all shapes and sizes designing graphics and creating visual communication media. An expert image editor, Wesley may also cleverly execute the many disciplines typically demanded of designers and creative types. Within a single project he may call on a plethora of skills including typography, creating still graphics, page layouts, branding systems, animations, and video editing, just to name a few. With talents that stretch far from the digital realm, one may find Wesley working with paints, found objects, wood, sculptures, or any other material that helps in his current creative endeavor. An avid drawer, Wesley is always sketching; his digital work branches from this hands-on, fine art background, forming yet an additional dimension of connection found in his work.
VISION: I’m nearsighted, really I can’t see the broadside of a barn without my glasses. Humor is a good trait to have! Humility and creativity are good too...