My early childhood was spent traveling with my family on driving trips through small towns in America. Those experiences are engrained in me and helped me appreciate the small observations and photo vignettes that are of interest to me today as a professional photographer.
I describe my fine art photography as minimalist in approach. Most frequently, the vision begins with simple lines or shadow perspectives and I choose one simple subject as the focal point. Sometimes, I will visit a location at different times of the day to capture different moods or alternative shadow lines on the subject.
My images will often feature sweeping landscape vistas that are alluring and minimalistic and I will attempt to distill the image down to the essence, eliminating all non-essential forms.