Light, Camera, Action
I spend a lot of time experimenting with camera motion and altered light sources that serve to distort and disguise the subject matter, creating images that appear more like sketches or paintings than photographs.
I explore abstraction, in search of texture, color and composition by essentially discovering art in found objects. I have scoured ancient walls in Europe and local industrial sites in search of weathered stone or wood, rusted metal and distressed paint.
When documenting architecture, I prefer to focus on a small corner or a slice of the building. My sea and landscapes are often in soft focus to create an impression, rather than a realistic view of my surroundings. I enjoy shooting reflections in water and glass for their distorted properties, generally seeking out one small area to capture a composition out of context. My favorite response when someone views my work is...what am I looking at?
Occasionally, I focus on more representational subject matter by simply capturing the beauty found in nature or the complex creations of man in urban and scenic surroundings.