My art practice is comprised of two distinct but related bodies of work: one that uses serial photography as an investigative tool and another that is event-based and collaborative.

I am a co-founder of Hideous Beast, a collaborative effort between Josh Ippel and myself. Since 2004 we have worked organizing structured participatory events, publishing how-to manuals and most recently creating interactive sculptures and installations that examine survival culture.

Moving about the world in everyday scenarios, I use the camera as a tool for research. I discover and document existing situations that are observable as 'distinct'. These 'images' aren't instances of art, but are curiously art-like.

Bollard Press is a project created by Charlie Roderick. It aims to serve as a form of distribution for his photographic projects.