In addition to my concentration on the theme of multi-dimensionality, I am also sometimes drawn to other subjects, for a variety of reasons. I love buildings, both recent and deteriorating, so I sometimes photograph them. I am a songwriter and guitar player, and used to perform, so I often sneak a camera into a venue and shoot musicians and bands. And I love people and urban subjects, so I shoot "street" from time to time. All of these are images shot in the singular, without multidimensional aspects. But I enjoy shooting them, especially when I am able to "see" or interpret the subject in my own unique way.
54 imagesPhotographic images of various lakes and ponds, mostly in the Adirondacks of New York State, frequently using long exposures in order to render the water a muted, pastel treatment resembling water color paintings inspired by the Hudson River School and other schools of painting or making use of reflections in the water of trees, clouds or other objects.
52 imagesPhotos of trees using various camera blur techniques, multiple exposure, overlays or "ortons", reflections and other techniques (almost all of which are in-camera) to create impressionistic, interpretive, painterly photographs featuring trees and forests
10 imagesThere is something about a big sky over an open field that I find particularly compelling. Maybe it's a feeling of freedom or expansiveness. Maybe it's something else. In some respect it is, to me, another form of multidimensionality - earth and ether or space (two of the Five Elements).
12 imagesPhotographs of rivers, generally of intimate or close range perspective, and often featuring techniques such as slow shutter speeds, low angle refelction and other in-camera methods of creating artistic, impressionistic interpretations of rivers
27 imagesImages are photographed in color and converted to black and white in software.