Metal artist Jaydan Moore’s evocative work deals with concepts of memory and personal history. Jaydan is a resident artist at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, where he deconstructs mass-produced metal trays and momentos from the early 20th century and reassembles them into haunting 3-dimensional works and prints that highlight their wear and usage.

Credits:
Executive Producer for HoustonPBS
Josh Adams

Producer
Don Geraci

Photographer/Editor
Matthew Brawley

Audio
Brandon Alexander

Photographs courtesy
Jim Escalante

Additional Video courtesy
Jaydan Moore