The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is built on the site where Jesus was believed to have been crucified, buried and rose from the dead. The ancient structure houses multiple chapels administered by different Christian denominations and draws a constant stream of worshipers, pilgrims and tourists. This project is a personal exploration of this mysterious place and how people interact with it.
The Holy Land is a place people see vary differently depending on the lens they look through. By using a false color infrared process, these photos were shot using light that cannot be seen for a personal exploration of the people and places of the Holy Land. The photos hold a timeless quality that evokes the early color photo processes used during the early 1900s. Photos shot with a Fujifilm X-Pro2 using a 720nm infrared filter and false-color processed to swap the red and blue channels.