Geo-metri-spective, noun: to describe photographs or other images that exhibit a blend of strong linear geometric shapes, deep contrast, heavy weight, and vivid color tonality.
Geometrispective is the word I’ve created and given to describe this particular body of my work. In these images, I strove toward a fluid evolution of perspectives within built landscapes, in order to give hard geometries a vehicle outside their strict measurements and tolerances. By creating planes of visual divergence within structured design frameworks, the typical perspectives “deconstruct.” These photographic expressions lean toward interpretations of color, light, and architecture that present the complexities and impressions of an unexpected relationship.
Photographer of extraordinary digital imagery. Architectural, editorial and fine art digital photography. My fine art "Geometrispective" imagery— a very unique style of abstract architectural, that was born of and developed from the Cubists and Expressionists movements of painting. Found no where else, you will find nothing in photography is similar or close to this.
Where Are We Going? Published June 05, 2012
The Chicago Cultural Center Published June 10, 2011
An Abstract Process Published August 16, 2010
Exquisite Decay, Book II Published January 08, 2010
Art in the Architecture Published November 09, 2009
Fine Art Catalog Published December 06, 2008
Exquisite Decay Published August 04, 2008
Chicago Published July 30, 2008
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