Several of my shots featured on the cover and inside of Curbside Splendor’s January eZine.
“The endless light of the night sky, the brilliant blaze of a thousand suns compressed to a tiny dot, our intrepid adventurer stared fearlessly toward the horizon.”
After seeing an article on NPR that featured Japanese people enjoying cherry blossoms virca 1890, I wanted to see if I would be able to replicated the feel and effect…
The blank stony eyes from a pair temple guards, etched in stone, gaze eternal.
A stylistic choice and editing technique I’ve been experimenting with and a few of my favorite shots.
A series of my photos entitled “Digital Negatives” will appear in the 10th and final issue of Red Lightbulbs.
An image digitally manipulatied to be reminiscent of old film reel perferations.
An outline a Buddha set upon a white back ground, is simple in both its ambitions and beauty.
A homage to Roy Lichtenstein”based on street art found in Cheonan, S. Korea
A street artist rendition of Picasso’s “Guernica” in Cheonan, S. Korea