I'm on a journey of exploration in to a universe of abstract imagination combined which is combined with science and technology. I love to create new and original works of art.
The intoxicating landscape of bold colors, dynamic shapes that I have chosen to express, create excitement that moves beyond the original form and gives new meaning. Both enchanting and haunting, they engage the viewer with a flow of mystery.
These are captured through the lens, and minimal processing takes place afterwards on the computer. In our time if you haven't seen it before and given technology, one could easily assume that these photographs are created in photoshop.
Viewers can, both consciously and subconsciously connect with the mystery of my abstract work. Each day or moment you can enjoy it how every you choose.
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Henry David Thoreau
2016- International Photography Awards winner
Fine Art / Abstract 3rd Place non-pro division
2016 -Nominee International Color Awards
2016 International Photography Awards / Judges reviewed over 14,000 entries from 125 countries
Fine Art / Abstract : Honerable Mention
2017 Neutral Density Photography Awards / Judges reviewed 6,849 entries from 89 countries
Fine Art / Abstract: Honorable Mention
2018 Tokyo International Foto Awards / Silver Winner
2018 International Color Awards, Fine Art / Abstract Honorable Mention
2017 Neutral Density Photography Awards, Judges reviewed 6,849 entries from 89 countries.
Fine Art / Abstract : Honorable Mention
2017 Neutral Density Photography Awards Judges reviewed 6,849 entries from 89 countries.
Fine Art / Abstract Honorable Mention
These photographs are not cohesive series, they are individual images that stand on their own. Diptychs and Triptychs would be something to pursue in time. Shape and form take on a new meaning from the original object. I instinctively see these new origional perspectives with my flow of vision.
This is a still life macro project with flowers. Intentionally having a very short depth of field and choosing a very specific angle of focus to express the flower through lines, soft colors, shapes and tonality. I wanted to create a sense of mystery as if the flower had impenetrable rumors stirring within.
This series has has won two winning awards on a Global competition platform. First with the Toyko International Foto Awards in 2017 and The Black and White Spider Awards in 2018.
8”x8” 3/20 1/ AP
Black and White version has won a Nominee award with the 13th Annual Spider Awards Global Competition.