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My philosophy as an artist is simple: life is a continuously flowing series of experiences—good/bad, ugly/beautiful, sad/funny. Through photography I can isolate and record life as it exists at a specific moment; thereby, making time stand still.

Though my photography can be divided into several different categories by subject matter, the underlying theme of much of my art is “solitude.” For some this represents an unfulfilled loneliness, but for me, it is a quality of quiet seclusion that enables me to reflect upon my experiences and those that I have captured with my camera. Each picture is a moment of solitude in an otherwise chaotic and connected chain of events. My goal is to capture my subject in its purest form-as it exists in that isolated moment; and ultimately, share it with others.

I hope that you enjoy the work I have here and ask that if you do you let others know as well.

To purchase any of the work you see here, please visit my bubblesite

Also, please check out my current project: The 365 Project: A Composition of 2011 Through Words and Images

PHOTOS FEATURED IN THE FOLLOWING GROUPS:

RED BUBBLE HOME PAGE

IMAGE WRITING

CAPTURING THE MOMENT

EUROPEAN EVERYDAY LIFE

WHEN IN ROME

GREECE AND ALL THINGS HELLENIC

THE WOMAN PHOTOGRAPHER

WHICH WAY-WALKWAYS, PATHWAYS, STAIRWAYS, ROADWAYS, AND RAILWAYS

EXOTIC THAILAND

I LOVE ITALY

AFRICAN ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY

THE POWER OF SIMPLICITY

CHILDREN AND THE POWER OF RAW EMOTION

THE OTHER SIDE OF ITALY

TRUE COLORS OF ASIA

RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

  • Joined: January 2010

Journal

Firsts

A few weeks ago I was offered my first solo exhibit at the US Embassy in Athens. The exhibit, titled “Resurrection of Spring” consists of a series of photographs taken during the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. Until Red Bubble I had never shared my work with anyone other than friends and family—and now I’ll have a month-long exhibit in April and a seco…
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