This summer, my partner, a friend and I took a weekend camping trip to get away from the city for a few days. As I was working with our friend on using her new camera, we came across this scene near our campsite. The photo was taken in the late afternoon on Boreas Pass in […]
When I went camping with friends this summer, this image was one that stood out to me. It was late morning and we were wandering through the woods looking for shots. I pushed my white balance to get the moody aspect of this piece. The light coming through the cold blue trees gives a conflicting […]
This photo was taking at an artist retreat in 2007 in collaboration with photographer Randall Bellows. The red tree was created with an off camera flash with a red gel. I love working with other artists. Often new and exciting ideas out of brainstorming.
Early one morning, my dad and I were driving to work on my parents new house and we passed this scene. I made him turn around and took some time to take a few exposures. The slight fog added to the dreamy feeling of this piece.
The collision of cityscapes and nature creates a visual maze. A river stretches out over the horizon of a tall building reflecting the shadow of pedestrians crossing the bridge overhead. Dreamlike layers reveal contradictions in the water’s reflection. Perspectives battle and perplex as tall becomes deep in this drowned city.
This picnic table, framed by the mountains and seemingly afloat on the waters of a placid lake, is straight out of a dream. The fisheye lens blurs the harsh lines of reality and invites us to retreat from the hassels of day-to-day life. The image is like a sphere of serenity–the image a bubble reflects […]
You can get lost staring up into the night sky. In this photo, the house feels like it is floating in an ethereal plane that glows and shimmers with light cast from millions of miles away. The city frequently obscures the stars, so I was mesmerized during an artist retreat to Conifer where this photgraph was taken. Prints […]