My training as an architect sees me concentrate my images on the urban landscape, the forgotten places on the path to somewhere else. Places where the architecture is unremarkable or bland, and the details are time-worn or not precious.
I look for sundry minutiae ‘hidden’ in this urban chaos. I enjoy highlighting these often unimpressive details as new ‘heroes’ away from the confusion. My images are about slight nuances rather than grand gestures, a moment to revel in the simplicity of a shadow, a promising reflection, a crack or crevice where nature or humor breaks through, and the inevitable erosion, over time, and with use or misuse. This past year of 2020/ 2021 has reinforced this introspective approach and the need to be present and appreciate these super small ordinaries.