I believe, assertively and profoundly, in play. So much I’m thinking about taglining my business with it.
You become interested in new things as you become capable of making them.
Over the last year I’ve produced a small-but-growing body of architectural work based on perspective. I’m calling it “Upside Out.” You can see it here.
Will moving from the desert to the coast profoundly affect my architectural photography?
Evolution bleed: the unrepeatable way the heart decides the art you’ll make.
A year ago, I took an emergency trip to Rhode Island. In every measurable way, it jarred me.
In early December, my mother called. Her foot surgery would be far more intense than we expected.
I’m not exactly sure what seeing intentionally feels like, but I think I’m starting to.
Perspective is funny that way, though. One of the functions of the artist is to draw lines between visible things, through invisible things. But the moment two points are visible, there lies perspective.
Growing up, I longed for summer. For the ways summer transformed and freed me to do whatever, wherever. This summer I took that license as far as I ever have.
I love faces. I love composition. I love stories. I’ve been thinking about how to present that.
After years of writing my way to the undertown of my hometown, I’m trying to find it again, with my camera, in the city I’ve lived the last 11 years.