I have been stalking construction sites most of my adult life, starting with an open pit that took up the entire block in downtown Seattle long before the current construction boom. I walked out onto a plank that extended into the middle of the pit and looked down through the lens of my little analog Canon and felt a thrill of organized chaos that has never been quite repeated. As men in bullhorns shouted at me to exit I kept shooting, and that was the beginning of an obsession that continues today. Surface, texture, useful objects in repose or action, and the overarching love of structures that fueled a long career in typography. These photographs span many years, and can be printed in various sizes depending on the camera used and the era. I work with interior designers and directly with companies in the building trades and am available to create custom work based on site photography and expressive interpretations of the built environment.