Nowadays our internal hard drive is overloaded with daily information where only a fraction gets stored and replayed.
Naturally over time our once clear and vivid thoughts will end up confused and faded. The reliance on technology is helping to speed up this process by slowly dissolving the need and ability to recall.
Computers are quietly taking over as our main source of memory back up. Enabling us to store, display and edit our version of reality & dreams.
Born and raised in the British countryside, Jacob started a bit late in the photo game, giving up his call center day job to study photography in his home town of Hereford.
After Graduating in 2012, he moved to Japan, shaved off his beard and began taking a lot of photos.
Every once in a while, I encounter a fake flower that is more memorable than a real one. Perhaps it lives in a basement covered with dust, or its plastic waxy petals are as sensual a fresh blossom. Jacob Burge’s images are like these flowers, some real, some fake, but all memorable.
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