The PreRaphaelite series was produced in the early 1990s, beginning with "The Premonition" featuring Christina and José.
Most PreRaphaelite photos in the series were shot on 4x5 Ektachrome film, and all were cross processed in C-41 chemistry. This combination, along with the flat light that was prevalent in Los Angeles during the summer of 1991, give especially pleasing results. The flat lighting is nicely complimented by the increased contrast and super-saturated colors characteristic of the processing.
Many individual photographs in the series were conceived as triptychs, though a few are diptychs and more are polyptychs. They draw from psychoanalysis, Catholicism and myth relatively equally.