Massively thick walls with rudimentary openings shape the interplay of light within the architecture of the Castillo de San Cristobal in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Empty spaces with unfinished surfaces affect the natural interior light to a unique aesthetic. The lack of human artifact found in the spaces add to an empty feeling and emphasize the simplicity of the structure.
The hand of man on the body of mother earth. The intersection of human culture with it's linear geometries upon the organic surface of the planet. Scars, tattoos and grooming on something fundamentally wild. What stories would alien visitors interpret viewing these locations?
Views of open expanses of grass. Simple compositions with minimal addition elements in the frame. Subtle tonality is found in the lighter tones. Drama is seen in the skies. A feeling of timelessness is inherent in the image.
Iron in the Jungle
Mother nature consumes the massive machinery of an abandoned 18th century sugar mill in the jungles of St Lucia.
A bullet in the chamber of a gun. An arrow poised in a drawn bow. The moments before the launch of a great journey. The trajectory is being set and the anticipation is peaking. Runways are unique in their design, locations and exaggerated graphics. Seemingly infinite lines leading to endless open space.
Asylum of Artifacts
The random implied relationships found in the flea markets of America allow us to to imagine narratives and stories that would not otherwise exist.