Pelle Cass is an award-winning photographer from Boston whose work has been widely exhibited, collected, and published.

Using photography as an excuse within a purely conceptual and artistic context. Pelle Cass is dedicated to understanding and transmitting the visual history that takes place in a space over a period of time.

“I think conventional single–exposure photography is distorted by its inhuman brevity. The eye never sees a single moment.”

“Each photograph takes me from 40 to 80 hours. There are some that have required 3,000 or 4,000 images for the final result and up to a thousand or more layers of Photoshop.”

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