Mark Dorf is a young photographer who grew up in Louisville in a family based in arts and science. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York where he continues to explore contemporary art. Mark’s main goal is to explore the connection between humanity and the natural landscape from where we all once originally came. Using photography as a tool, he spends his time seeking out new environments and landscapes. The artist says that technology affects our perception of the world around us all socially, emotionally, and physically. These works, titled Path, explores these ideas through digital photography, 3D rendering, collage, and primitive 3D scanning technology. “I seek to understand our aggressive capture and digitization of our surroundings through very basic use of pure color and the native tools of contemporary digital imaging that we use to create meaning and manipulation in mass media,” he says.