Please scroll through the abstractions gallery to read my thoughts on the photographs.

This is a series of Abstractions that I have been working on over the last few years.  They are things I see in my day to day life as I am walking down the street, sitting in my apartment or photographing out in the wilds.  Some I have shot on my travels in Barcelona, Spain and Paris, France as long as my more mundane trips to Washington DC. Subjects include reflections of clouds on lakes, buildings and cars.

One of my personal favorites are the lights in the ceiling of the old Whitney Museum building which is now the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Breuer building.  Another favorite is the back of the bench which you see around NYC bus stop with the pavement beyond it.  Generally the images that give the viewer pause to think, “What am I seeing,” are the most successful.  The technique which is used captures this idea is present in different elements of almost every image.


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