Curtis Reaves is a photographer who thoughtfully creates public installations, and artful accents for residential and commercial interiors. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States, including the Chicago Historical Society, the Senator John Heinz History Center, and the Carnegie Museum of Art. The foundation and uniqueness of his work is influenced by the process of envisioning the countless possibilities unearthed in discarded materials. Curtis is inspired by shapes, textures, and composition, and he finds the most interesting things in unexpected places. His creative passion and strength are founded in his intrinsic ability to take discarded materials and found artifacts and transform them into distinct pieces that have a lasting impact. Reaves utilizes film, digital processes, and computer technology to transform his work into poetic abstract imagery. His product line encompasses limited-edition prints highlighting found materials in wood, plastic, and metals.