When I was in the rust belt shooting urban decay and the fall of American Industry, I worked on a series of telephones. All the different types of phones stamped a date on the closing of these plants. Each one was unique and told a story. This one was in one of the last buildings […]
One intriguing aspect of macro-photography is how it reveals entirely new worlds, rich in color and texture, from sometimes overlooked places. This shot of a tractor suddenly becomes a vast landscape with islands of paint on reefs of lichen.
A tiny cityscape emerges from the polished chrome of a Vespa scooter. Taken in 2007 on the 16th St. Mall, this photograph captures a quiet reflection of the architecture amidst the shiny distractions of the city.
Pencils may evoke memories of algebra homework and standardized tests but to an artist, a freshly-sharpened pencil holds endless possibility. The photograph’s narrow depth of field is sharpened, much like its subject.
From the top of Lookout Mountain in Golden, CO, the seemingly endless sprawl of the infamous Colfax Ave. illuminates the night. This photograph is part of a series that will be exhibited in Aurora later this year. Prints are available for purchase by clicking on the title of this post. Secure payment through PayPal is provided.
This photo was taken during the Immigration rallies in Denver in 2008. What struck me about it is the innocence and naivete of children. This boy was witnessing history in the making but was only really interested in the comfort of his father and his thumb.