My photography doesn't follow a particular style or theme, though often I photograph the patterns I see in everyday life. My interest with photography began as a teen with my parent's Kodak Duaflex II point & shoot film camera. In my early twenties I graduated into a my first 35mm & learned to do basic darkroom techniques. Today with the convenience of digital photography, which I now exclusively shoot, helps enormously in determining how I approach creating the final print. Converting my shots into black & white, is a favorite nostalgic throwback for me, & is the method I use when creating many of my images. Other times I may rely on manipulating an image to enhance the result. Some people may feel that one must be a purist when taking photographs, but I consider myself primarily an artist using photography as one of the tools at my disposal to better express my vision.
Reception: Friday July 1, 6-8 PM
On Display July 1 through July