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I use photography to explore interconnection, in the belief that everything in our world is far more interconnected than most of us acknowledge in our daily lives. 

To reinforce this principle, I adhere to a unique practice: only two physical copies of each image will ever exist... one for my client, and one for me. In this way, the elements that caused each of us to embrace that image will serve to connect us.

Should you choose to take possession of one of my images, you get to decide on its physical scale. I will collaborate with you to create a unique manifestation that matches your preferences and circumstances. Should those circumstances change, you have the right to replace your image for a larger, smaller, or differently crafted version (i.e. under glass rather than on aluminum.)

 "Ecosystem" as displayed in my living room.

"Ecosystem" as displayed in my living room.

In the image below you see my copy of Reaching Down—a 48" square photograph—and my Ray of Hope triptych, which stretches over 9' tall.

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I've been taking photographs like these since 2006, when I began disappearing into my basement armed with a camera and the simplest of materials: a flashlight, bits of string and paper, and perhaps another random object.

My original goal was to see if I could duplicate an image I'd seen on a magazine cover, one that portrayed the superstring theory. After a few months, I came pretty close. 

These are some of my early photographs; at that point, I was always photographing a vibrating object.

All photographs included in the three galleries below are available for sale.

2006-2007 photographs

It stunned me—and still does—how subtle changes in the way I move my camera or a light produce dramatic differences in the final image. Everything is connected; photography makes this incredibly obvious.

More recently, I have started experimenting with more techniques: different cameras, lighting, and raw materials.

2017 photographs

I'm taking more pictures than ever, and am having a wonderful time stretching my own boundaries. 

2018 photographs


How to learn more...

Let's start a conversation. Only half of the creative process is taking a picture. The fun part is working with you to create the physical image that fits perfectly into your home or office.

Click the button below, let me know when you have time to talk, and I'll be in touch very soon.