Drive with me down California’s golden chain.Read More
Two photographers travel to Morocco to discover traces of the old world and find themselves lost in the maze of ancient cities controlled by cats, apparently.Read More
A city in the desert.Read More
Grab a basket and your pocket knife, were going mushroom hunting in Russia!Read More
Take a break and ride with me through the Oregon Coast.Read More
We are the only ones now. But the discovery of another mysterious exoplanet raises more questions. We might not share the same time or space, other worlds are certainly out there somewhere.Read More
My work expands into the realm of sound. Check out some tunes and other audio projects!Read More
Even in the smallest slices of time, riding my bike from the auto repair shop, back to the office, roaming around back streets during lunch break, I find interest in the most empty of all spaces, sad facades, mirroring my hollowness. Flat city blues keep my comfort, as I distill the blank walls, closed doors, mocking my rigid anchoring as imagine the fronts collapsing, and revealing myself on the other side looking back into the lens.
Roaming the bleached spaces around my day job office building, my eyes and camera sensor absorbing the harsh light rays of the afternoon summer sun.
I am pleased to announce a new photography collection called " the Margins of the Bay" - a set of photographs made at high noon, while exploring the margins of the bay area peninsula - the vast dry paches of shore land extending from the airport all the way down to Palo Alto.
The parched margins resonate to me a sense of calm and emptiness, a barren landscape secretly tucked between the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley industrial complexes.
The summer came and went but it's warm radiation is still in the veins, slowly getting colder. The rhythm of the days and the beat of the notes on the street. The consoles in our hands and on our tables warming up the looming autumn wind.
New collection of photographs explores barricades and construction zones on the streets of north western Europe. looking at the modern city as a living organism, dynamic and self-repairing, improving of the previous layers of progress in the endless cycle of deconstruction and construction.
"New work on paper 2014" is a set of small collages made with found film c-prints and acrylic paint from my painting studio palettes. Inspired by finding new shapes, and color combinations, that reveal new forms, new compositions. Random and dynamic, these images find their way on my work table and seem to glue themselves forever onto the paper fields I've prepared for them.
Just put some a collection of photography from the last few years. Just some observations from my surroundings.
My mac finder acting funny today.
This is the place I will write about the most.
An excerpt from a memoir in progress: