Apple Picking II, 2017.

Apple Picking II, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

20 x 14” on 24 x 17" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

14 x 10” on 19 x 13” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Apple Picking I, 2017.

Apple Picking I, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Riverside I, 2017.

Riverside I, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Riverside II, 2017. Swimming Advisory in Effect Due to High Bacteria Levels

Riverside II, 2017. Swimming Advisory in Effect Due to High Bacteria Levels

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Sculpture Park II, 2017.

Sculpture Park II, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Sculpture Park I, 2017.

Sculpture Park I, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Outdoor Adventure Camp II, 2017

Outdoor Adventure Camp II, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Outdoor Adventure Camp I, 2017

Outdoor Adventure Camp I, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

At the Experimental Farm, 2017

At the Experimental Farm, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

20 x 14” on 24 x 17" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

14 x 10” on 19 x 13” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Oceanside VI, 2017

Oceanside VI, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

20 x 14” on 24 x 17" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

14 x 10” on 19 x 13” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Oceanside V, 2017.

Oceanside V, 2017.

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Oceanside IV, 2017

Oceanside IV, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Oceanside III, 2017

Oceanside III, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Oceanside I, 2016

Oceanside I, 2016

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following size and edition.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Farm Spring Festival, 2017

Farm Spring Festival, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Sunday Morning Mindfulness Walk, 2017

Sunday Morning Mindfulness Walk, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following sizes and editions.

15.75 x 28” on 17 x 30" paper, edition of 5 with 1 a.p.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Skiing I, 2017

Skiing I, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following size and edition.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Skiing III, 2017

Skiing III, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following size and edition.

18 x 10.12” on 19 x 13” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

At the Aquarium, 2017

At the Aquarium, 2017

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following size and edition.

10.12 x 18” on 13 x 19” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.

Flight of the Drones, 2016

Flight of the Drones, 2016

Pigment print made and signed by the artist, available in the following size and edition.

14 x 10” on 19 x 13” paper, edition of 15 with 1 a.p

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (2016 - ongoing)

Through the allegory of people at leisure with nature - an archetype relationship for our most intimate, symbiotic relationships - I make these lyrical photographs to look at the character, complexities, contradictions, and multiplicities of our actions in trying to achieve a sense of belonging and connection whether it's with others, within ourselves, or with our surroundings.

The images are open in narrative with a serene initial layer. Beneath are the marks of several forces at odds: the human need for connection, commercialization, consumerism, mass entertainment, spirituality, the tension between humans and nature for the position of control. The images sit quietly for the viewer to potentially ask: are people genuinely connecting with each other, themselves, and nature? Is this a social performance or a commercially molded one? Is there solace or remedy, even a partial one, for dissatisfactions with the modern world? Is there - better yet, can there - be a point of equilibrium between individual's, groups', and our habitat's needs?

I encourage you to look and consider.