Emily Margarit Mason is best known for her perplexing photographs made from reconstructed photographic prints and found objects. Mason’s work physically reimagines the perceived natural world from something seen to something felt, exploring how the multifaceted nature of experience might emotionally manifest. Her photographs deny realism by accumulating and compressing perspectives, ultimately confusing the assumed monocular lens the camera typically provides. Her work has been shown in Baltimore, New York City, Milwaukee, Chicago, and Santa Fe. Mason recently moved to New Mexico where she is inspired daily by the light, landscape and magic that surrounds her.