Apartment Doorway, Savannah, Georgia, U.S.
- I often look at objects in such a way that the images I shoot are in patterns instead of in photo-realism
- Photographs of concrete objects are composed (decomposed?) into a generalized pattern or an abstract image
- We tend to define abstraction by noting similarities or differences of objects
- I think our brains look for patterns and to do this we zoom in and filter out information
Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico, U.S.
Building Facade, MIT Strata Centre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. (if you look closely you can see me and my sister in this photograph)
The Blockhaus at Eperlecques, France
Wall, Shuhe, Yunnan Province, China
Wall, Cargo Ship
Stoop, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China
Zippers, Shanghai, China
Building Facade, Hong Kong
Electrical Power Line Cable, Cargo Ship Engine Room
Folded Carts, Tai O Fishing Village, Hong Kong
House Wall, Tai O Fishing Village, Hong Kong
Wall, Dali, Yunnan, China
Boats on the River Li, Xingping, Guangxi Province, China
Fish Drying on the Mekong, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Market, Ho Chi Minh CIty (Saigon), Vietnam
Coffee Beans (in the hills outside of Tad Lo), Laos
Records, Rue St. Denis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Dry Squid, Hong Kong
Bamboo Poles. Near Sanshazhen, Fujian Province, China
Stairs, Shanghai, China
Window, Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.
Up in the Air, Savannah, Georgia, U.S.
Telephone Panel, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China
Life Boat, Cargo Ship
Room Windows, Cargo Ship