I’m fascinated by things that are present but can’t be truly seen, like 360° spherical views of landscapes. 
Moving camera and lens in precise degree arcs, mastering and modifying complex software, and assembling disparate pieces into robust mechanisms are all necessary parts of the process. Unlike traditional photography, the viewfinder isn’t a window to the final image. It is merely a display of vital statistics—focus distance, aperture, and shutter speed. The image is composed in thought and realized after the fact. It is a manifestation of experience and imagination.


Bibendum in Times Square

Salt Shed



Power Bug



Three Trees

Croton Dam

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