BITE Magazine Issue 08 | SYNERGY
Jeffrey Michael Austin’s work is precariously situated between reflections. His own skills and philosophies are met with his instincts and intuition, leaving a moment of communication to materialize. In this way he is constantly challenging himself, learning, and reacting. Austin talks about his temporary move to the outskirts of a small harbor village in Ireland known as Ballyvaughan, with a population just over 200 and the state of mind that occurs with such an abrupt change. Austin’s work walks a fine existential line—never falling into cliché, though always accessible through a sincere use of wit and gesture.
Text: Jason Judd
Images: Jeffrey Michael Austin
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