Jason Grim's self-portraits are inspired by the horror movies he grew up on -- Clive Barker, Stephen King -- and video games. These images from "Beyond The Void" are portraits that visualize creatures and beings from another plane of existence. The series follows a moralistic narrative around an art thief named Marcus Flannigan. He plans to steal portraits from his client and sell them for his own profit. By the end of the set, though, Flannigan is caught in his act and becomes one of the very monsters he's been interviewing.
"The portraits are my version of an anthology, after I had been inspired by Clive Barker's Books of Blood series," he explains. "Each photograph, in my mind, has its own narrative and voice, while falling under this one story of Flannigan and the consequences of his greed."
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