Thomas Jackson is an artist from San Francisco who has been working on his open project, Emergent Behavior, which has the peculiarity of lies in representing flocks of objects, which symbolize the self-organizing behavior of large groups of birds, fish or insects. Through digital photography he manages to make umbrellas, plates and other things of common use floating in the sky, raised thanks to an invisible thread; at the end of the shooting, all the material is recycled respecting the environment. Recently he was invited to the Isle of Man to create new works inspired by the coast, forests, and moors of the island. The group of images will be exhibited at the end of this year at the Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta. Visit his website and his Instagram page to learn more about this artist.