Weather, the most spoken topic on the planet. We are all fascinated by it and all our lives depend on it's changing patterns in one way or another. We revel in blue skies and light breezes. We wish the rain away so that we may enjoy an al fresco lunch and then we wish the rain would come to break the drought…
We all have our perspectives on what is a great day.
For me, it's the unpredictability of a lightning bolt. What foreboding form will the clouds take. Where will the storm path be. How will I intercept it. Will I chase the storm or will I head it off? What elements of danger do I have to contend with?
Seeing the storm from behind a window is not enough for me. I must feel it, fear it and then capture its image.
The most interesting and difficult of photographic subjects. How do you identify and connect with your subject? How do you peel back the layers to find who they are? How do you pursue a personality and present it in the pixel form? These are some of the questions I ask myself so that the person looks into their own eyes and knows themselves.
The Scapes of Land and Sea
The story of a time and place. History shows that, the we of the now is contemptuous of our surroundings. How do I create the nostalgia of the now? How do I convey the senses of a given space? How do relate the sense of time? How do you capture immensity?