Blame The Sun is an ongoing series of analog photographs that speak to the ephemeral nature of light as a physical material. The motion is witnessed by the mechanical limits of the working eye, but once captured in a glimpsed transitory state, the pliability of shaped light can mimic physicality and be abstracted into a sculpted physical form. Each photograph is an illusion that implies a tactility beyond the realm of scientific plausibility. All that is solid comes and goes, or shape-shifts beyond rationale, freeing itself from its assumed form in an eloquent suspension of disbelief. Upon its very inception, Photography has pivoted upon a similar notion of being derived from the real, yet drafted like that of a simple optical illusion.