"What is it?" is not the question. What "it is" doesn't matter. What matters is what you see.
This is not abstract photography. This is nature photography: close-ups from the urban environment.
Looking at the intersection of man-made environment and nature - nature reclaiming the space appropriated by man. Man-made objects slowly reverting back to organic states.
I am interested in the art of small things, the invisible landscapes that surround us, the background noises we tune out. Take the time to look around: there is beauty hiding everywhere.
Earliest photographs were taken with a Minolta, then a Nikon F3.
Later photos were taken with a Bronica SQ-ai medium format camera, using Fuji Pro 400, 160C and 160S film.
Photographs on this site are available as limited-edition giclee prints produced on hand-coated paper, using either Rives BFK (17"x22") or Japanese handmade kozo papers: Unryu, Kochi, Okawara, or Iyo.
For further information, please contact me.