Grain Of Sand

 Posted by on November 1, 2013
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I really like its beautiful simplicity, and what may appear to be massive – is actually just a single grain of sand. I photographed it with a microscope using a method known as “focus stacking” in order to achieve greater detail. This is when you take multiple exposures with different focus points and then blend them together.

A Facade

 Posted by on October 19, 2013
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It is only a facade.

Mellon Landscape

 Posted by on August 15, 2013
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Sometimes curiosity makes me impulsive. While grocery shopping this strange spiky fruit caught my eye and I had to purchase it. Apparently it is called a Horned Mellon or African Cucumber or better yet Blowfish Fruit. I cut it in half and grabbed my macro lens… To me it looks like the mountainous desert landscape of a strange alien planet. I envision some fantasy-like fuzzy creatures migrating across the surface.

Ocean Sunrise

 Posted by on August 9, 2013
Aug 092013


While staying in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, I dragged the large format camera and some 4×5 color film down to catch the sunrise. It was perfect. The final image titled “Transcendence” involved taking a fast exposure to catch the sunrise, a slow exposure to blur the ocean waves, and then blending the two into one photograph.

Stoned Crop

 Posted by on July 29, 2013
Jul 292013


I was chosen to create a piece to be hung at the City Center Gallery in Ohio for an event sponsored by The Arts Initiative of Columbus. Each artist was assigned a plant that grows on their green rooftop. I was assigned Sedum, a plant known as the Stone Crop… I decided to break the plant into it’s 3 main parts and create a psychedelic triptych using a combination of photography and digital manipulation. From the bottom up: The roots, the stems, and the flowers – each framed separately.

Fairy Ring Trash

 Posted by on July 9, 2013
Jul 092013


“Fairy Rings” of mushrooms are just not as magical when they happen to surround a tipped over garbage can. The juxtaposition of the two elements, however, does make for a great photograph.

My Yoga Mat

 Posted by on July 8, 2013
Jul 082013


I blended a few images together and designed my own custom yoga mat. I also sewed a bag for it with zipper pockets and a little mushroom… Namaste.

Haircut Creature

 Posted by on May 19, 2013
May 192013


My lionhead bunny’s hair grows so much that she looks like just a ball of fur. Every so often she needs a major haircut. After trimming and buzzing I realize I had created an entirely new fuzzy creature on the floor. Beware.

Rain And Time

 Posted by on May 7, 2013
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This is a diagram showing rain and time.

Inside/Outside The Camera

 Posted by on April 11, 2013
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The function of a camera is to create a representation of objects in reality. I began questioning why the objects are always outside of the camera. Can they not be inside? A view camera is very large, big enough to place objects inside of… On the left is an extension cord photographed outside of the camera. On the right is an extension cord photographed inside of the camera.

The Dreaming State