I’ve put together a series of abstract dune images taken in Death Valley that I think work as a collection of four. As I’ve mentioned before, abstract photography is perhaps the most special to me because it lets me distill my subjects down to their simplest forms and still (hopefully) capture the essence of a place. [...]
September’s image of the month was taken in Fortymile Gulch in Escalante Canyon this past April. Escalante is in southern Utah, an area I hadn’t been back to for any extended period in several years. The scenery is spectacular, austere and welcoming at the same time. Soaring sandstone walls, narrow slot canyons, arches and natural bridges make up much of your surroundings. While hiking back from Fortymile Falls [...]
The great folks at Gallery Direct, who have created a wonderful online community of artists and art galleries of all mediums from all over the world, were nice enough to interview me about my photographic techniques, inspirations and aspirations. To read the interview, visit Gallery Direct by clicking here. [...]
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