Rodrigo Sarrat-Cave began his photographic career in the darkroom of the Photographic Society at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. The analogue chemical process provided ample opportunities for experimentation, as well as cementing the foundations of photography. The shift from analogue to digital image making inspired Sarrat-Cave to begin exploring the idea of fragmenting the real world with the camera and reconstructing it with digital tools.
In his latest work, Sarrat-Cave blends multiple images of a scene to create urban deconstructions that shift reality into ambiguous incomplete puzzles. The imaging process requires precision in one hand and serendipity in the other. Exploiting the limitations of photo editing software has allowed Rodrigo to find new tools to manifest his vision.
Sarrat-Cave recently retired from commercial photography to pursue personal projects. His work has been exhibited in galleries and public venues in British Columbia and is part of both private and corporate collections.