I'm a storyteller telling stories about our contemporary life as I'm seeing it. And the people in my
stories help me tell my stories. To me it’s folk art, but a very modern, of our time, 21st Century,
NY Urban American kind.
My work examines the individual as a complex social product within in a variety of contexts. I create
new rhetoric about how we interact, compete or re-invent ourselves using our identity as a â€œcultural
Title: In The Finest Tradition
Photographic medium, Color Photographs, Digital â€œC" Fuji Crystal Archive Print
Dimensions: 30 x 30 in (76.2cm x 76.2cm) & 48 x 48 in (121.92 cm x 121.92 cm)
Portfolio Images: 20 x 24 (50.8cm x 60.96cm
Art photography with haze, blur (shown here), glow, halo, metallics and other special effects; uconventional, leading edge digital photography and design. With summer over for some time now, the winter holidays are fast approaching.
In my work I establish a sense of a place without being a specific location, by applying a myriad of
crisscrossing lines overlapping and juxtaposed with shapes that allude to topographic and ancient
hand made maps of cities.
My recent work is a melange of memories of scrap, urban architecture and interiors overlaid by
an existential suggestion that there is too much of everything. Beauty and decay weave together
and change places in an interchangeable world.