Darren Pearsons Light Art

They might look like neon sculptures – but these incredible images were created using just a long exposure camera and a TORCH. Light artist, Darren Pearson, uses empty landscapes in his native California as settings and works under the cover of darkness. The 29-year-old, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing on the long exposure.

They might look like neon sculptures - but these incredible images were created using just a long exposure camera and a TORCH. Light artist, Darren Pearson, uses empty landscapes in his native California as settings and works under the cover of darkness. The 29-year-old, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing on the long exposure.

They might look like neon sculptures - but these incredible images were created using just a long exposure camera and a TORCH. Light artist, Darren Pearson, uses empty landscapes in his native California as settings and works under the cover of darkness. The 29-year-old, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing on the long exposure.

They might look like neon sculptures - but these incredible images were created using just a long exposure camera and a TORCH. Light artist, Darren Pearson, uses empty landscapes in his native California as settings and works under the cover of darkness. The 29-year-old, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing on the long exposure.

They might look like neon sculptures - but these incredible images were created using just a long exposure camera and a TORCH. Light artist, Darren Pearson, uses empty landscapes in his native California as settings and works under the cover of darkness. The 29-year-old, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing on the long exposure.