Everyday I see things around me that stand out to me, have a certain quality that makes me grab my camera and capture it. It could be a building, a road, a tree, a cloud… Anything really. Some of the most fascinating photos are of mundain things. I enjoy messing around with the images in post until they have that look and feel I like so much, this mixture of sci-fi and surrealism. Sometimes I push and manipulate the images further and further so that they become abstract, no longer representative of one singular thing. Yet they maintain, or even gain a strong emanating sense of emotion.
Every image to me is like the setting for a scene from a story that’s being told as I take the picture. I start to imagine worlds unfold, intricate lines of causality unfurling into time. To me taking pictures is a way to look differently at the world, like lifting the veil to peek into the realm of (im)possibilities.
The images below were shot on a Canon 5D mkII with an array of different lenses. A number of the photographs were shot at night with long exposures. I edited all of it in Adobe’s Creative Suite 6 with a few plugins for color correction and effects. If you are interested in purchasing a print of one of these images, please contact me for pricing and shipping information.