Seattle Waterfront Park (The Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement Project) The grimy monolith with its ecstatic view of the Port is gone, and in its place rises something new! Perhaps Seattle’s largest construction site in the past 100 years, the park site is a fascinating industrial landscape. These photographs are shot with a mix of cameras, some using a Sony A7R II and some using an iphone 12. The cellphone camera offers a less “true” view in terms of perspective and resolution, but it offers a more emotional window into composition and atmosphere.
A series of photographs reflecting my longtime fascination with monumental structure, excavation, history, surface and the ambiguous terrain between ruin and renewal.
The work here incorporates the influence of the theory of wabi-sabi: nothing lasts, nothing is finished and nothing is perfect. And within this recognition lies a very particular kind of beauty. Purely documentary photographs form the basis for much of my work in the series Construction/Reconstruction although I often obscure or alter them beyond recognition in the process of collage. The images in this new portfolio stand alone as photographs, a record of a singular time and place. Archival pigment prints are available in a range of sizes. I am available for site specific or expressive commissions.
A series of photographs about the American West, focused on the landscape of Eastern Washington. The images in this new portfolio stand alone as photographs, a record of a singular time and place. Archival pigment prints are available in a range of sizes.