While he is best known for administering his Vulcan death grip and espousing pithy, logic-based quips on screen, Leonard Nimoy has also found quite a bit of success behind the lens. Since 2003, the man otherwise known as Mr. Spock has been focusing primarily on his photography career.
His most recent series, Secret Selves, explores the concept of alter egos and mankinds constant search for our other half in order to feel complete. Prior collections include The Full Body Project; an examination of our concepts
of beauty and sexuality and Shehkina; A photographic essay about the feminine presence of God. We’ve pulled our favorite images from Secret Selves along with other projects. Most of Nimoy’s original work is available for purchase at R.Michelson Galleries.