My creative process is an exploratory (and often random) one. It’s through the creation of the mirrors from sheets of metal and the subsequent photography that an image- an idea- reveals itself. I find rather than plan.
Category Archives: mirror
The mirror tells a story of our past, who we remember ourselves to have been. Continue reading »
It has been years, maybe even decades, but I can still remember the air that night. Continue reading »
A continuation of new work. A change in the lighting setup has brought a new intensity of emotion to these photographs. Continue reading »
I’ve been exploring the use of color in the metal mirror art nudes.
Sometimes subtle. Sometimes brash. Color has been bringing something new to the work.
How do you know when a project has ended?
How do I show you a memory?
We could hear the storm rolling up the valley, slowly rumbling in its ascent of our ridge line. Continue reading »
The subtitle to this post should be “why I never delete images”. I was browsing through my catalog of past work when I came upon this image. More after the jump.
Texture and a Different Angle
Another from the recent series with Ramagious and a textured metal sheet. In this instance I flipped the sheet for a different perspective. Continue reading »
Sometimes a small change yields new and unexpected results! In this case, it was a change in perspective and angle. The result was definitely interesting!
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