Each carry a camera with them at all times and subsequent images are posted on their blog. But rather than the product of one artist alone, each image is a double exposure – containing one photograph by Bassos and one photograph by Burkhart.
“We never know what the other is shooting, we just know that Stephanie is shooting people, and Tim is shooting places – and when we each finish a roll of film, we hand it over to each other…then we do it all over again. These images are the end result of our ongoing series and are unedited negatives straight from the camera.”
Double exposures are by no means a new idea, but splitting them between two photographers offers the medium all sorts of unseen serendipity.