What is it about Connection?
Connection - As one of the images created for the book If You Only Knew, this image is more than a deconstructed abstract flower. Do you see the semicolon? The semicolon has been adopted as a symbol to show support to and represent those living with mental illness or the loss of someone through suicide.
This image was inspired by my interview of Kerstin for my book. I had met her when she was getting a tattoo that said “WARR;OR”. (please click through to read more) Read More
Remember those fun tubes you'd look through as a kid, and you'd hold it up to the light, look through the opposite end, and twist to see these tumbling, twisting, colorful, abstract shapes? Read More
Dreams - I was experimenting the other morning with the idea that focus can be unimportant. Read More
ILLUSIONS - For me, photography is my way of creating an illusion. Sometimes it's as simple as capturing what is right in front of me. Other times I also add my own creative ideas. Read more.... Read More
About the Image—And They Danced.
I wanted the dandelions, in their white puffy stage, to look like more than "just a weed". This abstract image was created by combining multiple exposures, so that the flowers and grasses would look like a stage full of dancers swaying and dipping in rhythm to their music. Read More
Inspired by the last heat of summer, Wild Cattails is an abstract creation that came about while walking on the boardwalk through St. John's Abbey Arboretum one Minnesota evening. Read More