• 05/26/13: I'm putting up some new pictures from my most recent Lost Carolina shoot. I'm moving some of my photos around for a "Misc. Portraits" album, which basically amounts to photos of my friends while we're shooting other stuff. The idea now is to leave my "Lost Carolina" album up to just photos of spaces without a focus on people. I also have some new black and white generative works up which were previously unaccounted for in my updates.
• 05/10/13: I've updated the Lost Carolina album with new pictures, as well as letting each image stand on its own. In addition, you'll notice I've added a little icon to posts containing more than one image.
• 05/01/13: New photography work with a wide array of styles. I'm most proud of my shots of Japanese Sludge/Drone Metal Band, BORIS, aka. The Most Photogenic Band In the World. Look up their music if you haven't heard them before.
I'm Kevin McCarty, mid-20's, based in the Triad area of North Carolina, and I received a BFA in Design from UNC-Greensboro in the Spring of 2012.
In a general sense, I focus on making things using processes that aren't meant to make them. I have spent a good deal of my life in front of various kinds of screens for various reasons, eventually fostering an interest in glitch art and pixels themselves. I always look for a glitch to exploit in electronic processes and more traditional processes. I try to avoid coming off as pretentious at all costs, my work allows me to have fun or meditate on simple ideas.
Aside from the realm of visual art, I'm a musician, a competitive video game player, a computer technician, and a cat lover. I find myself inspired by space, martial arts, samurai, and the occult. I geek out when involved in conversations about video games and music. All of these things inspire my work in various ways.
I am currently available for work for miscellaneous print and web design projects. If you're nearby, I'd love to snap some photos for you. Contact me using any of the methods below and we'll work something out. I work for very reasonable rates, and it's very possible to receive extremely inexpensive work from me if it fits in with something I'm already working on.