Jeff Wyckoff is a cancer and AIDS research scientist whose position allows him to work at the forefront of new technology. His piece “Alpha-Omega” (2003) presents a new view of cardiac and tumor tissues through multi photon microscopy, which sends a high wavelength infrared laser into a standard light microscope. When two beams join at the focal plane, the sum of the wavelengths create light at normal light microscope wavelengths with the advantage of deeper penetration and less phototoxicity. His imagery presents a menu of accompanying music created by four different composers in varying styles.
– Kóan-Jeff Baysa
Jeff Wyckoff earned his MFA in Photography from the Pratt Institute in 1996, a BA in Art from the CA State University in Northridge , CA in 1993, and a BS in Biology from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1983. He has shown his work in the NYC area at Smack Mellon, Gallery The, 31 Grand, White Box Annex, and Exit Art; in California at cherrydelosreyes and Watts Tower Arts Center. Wycoff received a 1993 City of Los Angeles award for “transEND AIDS” and has been reviewed in the Village Voice and the New York Press.