Skott Chandler
  • <a href="http://www.skottchandler.com"target="external">Skott Chandler</a> explores the relationship between people and their personal spaces in this series, "House Watch." To achieve this, he mounted pinhole cameras to the ceiling in an effort to witness the absurd, mundane, profound and humorous goings-on at home.
    Skott Chandler
  • Skott Chandler is a photographic artist in Denver, Colo. where he teaches at the Art Institute of Colorado and the Denver School of Photography.
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Piano Room
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Bedroom 3
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Dorm Room
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Kitchen 2
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Breakfast Nook
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Dining Room
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Spare Room
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Study
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Bedroom 2
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Bedroom 1
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Bathroom 2
    Skott Chandler
  • Untitled, Bedroom 4
    Skott Chandler
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