From Around The Globe
Photographic images can be esthetic compositions that record history, and at times reveal secrets, or they may be used in complete abstractions. They hint at a story, but they can never describe it completely. The created tensions within these images can be at times perceived as ironic, comic, tragic, or miraculous. Whether from film or digital they are made using our reality, but are not complete manifestations of the four-dimensional universe anymore than an image created with a brush on canvas can be. We make these images using light for paint, the lens as our brush and the camera as the canvas. The final results display both tableau and enigma.