In contrast to my art, I seek abstraction in my photography. I have a preference for the unexpected, the unfamiliar, and the momentarily unrecognizable. Sometimes it is a surprise; perhaps even a mystery. What is it? Where is it? What are we really looking at? Is it underfoot or maybe it is overhead. I hope you will also experience the unexpected wherever it may be.
For me, the purpose of my photography is currently to contrast the known parameters of my art and to substantiate my need for realism and abstraction as complementary art forms. Eventually I expect to use these images to form the basis for future works of art.4