About the Book
When was the last time you’ve looked up?
As small as a doorframe and as large as the skyline from ten miles away, distractions draw us away from the architectural sights. Have you noticed how the windows on the skyscraper you pass daily line up? Have you seen the small art deco details on all the doors? When our perspective changes and we realize buildings from a different angle – or just stop to look at the building in its entirety – we realign our perspective and our place in physical space.
Slopping through mud, crunching through snow, tiptoeing on hardwoods, stomping down the alleys, crouching in front of an antique auto. Listening to the gentle breeze rustle the leaves, the cry of a hawk, the creak of the decayed door, the horns from taxis in traffic, the engine roaring to a start. I photograph nature, abandonment, landscapes, architecture,and automotive subjects. I rarely schedule my photo shoots but I enjoy going out and photographing for hours on end. I seek to share my vision and the appearance of what is in front of my lens, and hint on a feeling viewers may share.