This portfolio is a compilation of my collaborations with fashion designer(s) producing some very unique avant-garde couture and wearable art. Surreal, high-concept, technologically-organic and somehow futuristic couture environments that are touched by nature illustrate much in this series.
A comprehensive gallery of my work for various publications. Much of this work is environmental portraiture, which I very much enjoy as to finding the relationship between the subjects and their surroundings or places of work…possibly injecting some narrative. Other elements of this portfolio consist of fashion, culinary, product and environmental still life(s).
This portfolio consists of projects that feature more contemporary, bridal, vintage and even classically inspired fashion. Atmospheric, emotionally-dreamy and slightly surreal touches illustrate this series.
This portfolio consists of examples of my architecture and architectural detail photography. While the emphasis is on these structures and their surroundings, I’ve become quite inspired as to introducing a person into my images to illustrate scale, give context and in some instances create a possible narrative.
Grainy, atmospheric and shot mostly on film, this series has more of an emphasis on fine art; in many cases paying attention to the scale of people as they relate to the landscape. Some are candids or documentary during my travels, others more conceptual and directed. In a majority of these images, I attempt to capture a timeless moment in the present that is full of memory and tells a story.
An on-going portrait series that I’m shooting of the guest speakers for the Phoenix chapter of M.U.F.O.N. (Mutual U.F.O. Network). These individuals are authors, film makers, law enforcement/military personnel, witnesses, researchers, scientists, and experiencers who are at the forefront of the study and quest for understanding of Unidentified Flying Objects and other strange or paranormal phenomena.
This portfolio is dedicated to my love of theme parks and roller coasters; places that offer a wonderful escape from the reality of day to day life. Like the millions of other people with cell phone cameras, snapping pics at these epic places, I decided to do the same...hopefully capturing something a little more artistic and architectural yet whimsically candid. Whether shot on a sunny "happy" day or a rainy, overcast "American Horror Story" kind of day, my personal challenge is to use only my phone to take these pictures. Although some of these images are more haunting and moody, others are timelessly happy...acting as an exhilarating snapshot of something from a dream.