“I’m woven in a fantasy, I can’t believe the things I see. The path that I have chosen now has led me to a wall. And with each passing day I feel a little more like something dear was lost” –from The Wall by Kerry Livgren/Steve Walsh of Kansas.
This abstract photography-based digital artwork, combines two of my artistic passions – 3D animation and photography.
While trying (and failing) to create some sort of folded/creased sculptures, I happily discovered this composition of crossing lines on one of the discarded pieces of paper.
Curved lines in the architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
It’s brainstorm time for new photo ideas and directions. After a full year of my photo a day project, I took a bit of time away from shooting.
I don’t have much to say about this image other than I love the texture on the leaves. As I’ve said before, any type of leaf fascinates me.
As I inch ever closer to a half century on this Earth, I’m reminded more and more how fragile memory can be.
A beam of light marches down across a concrete wall and falls on a metal staircase landing. The newly renovated Milwaukee Art Museum is a treasure trove of photographable textures, materials, shapes, and details.
The dilemma of a life as a freelance photographer and 3D/2D motion graphics artist