Objects   Nature   Abstractions


Blue Stone Sky, Archival pigment print, Triptych, 15” x 42.25”

Blue Stone Sky, Triptych, 15” x 42.25”

A Light Within (marble sculpture photographed at Langwater Estate, Easton, MA) 24″ x 16″

Water and Rocks, 16″ x 18″

The Headlands, 16″ x 13″

I’m present for the trees that have no say in the matter. Climate change has impacted my work in a profound way. These images are part of an ongoing series titled: When Trees Cry. They capture high tides encroachment of the bluffs, and the shore giving way to the rising sea. As trees fall victim to the shrinking shoreline, my photographs are a way of recording time. Nature will continue to reveal itself through my art.

Shrinking Bluff

Abstractions from nature: Photographing in nature is not only about what I see, but how I process those visions. Weathered stone may suggest landscapes, such as mountains, ocean, or views mapped from the air. They often reveal beautiful drawings.

Untitled #1

Patterns in Nature #1 – Ebb and Flow

Patterns In Nature #2 – Pathways

Patterns In Nature #3

Patterns in Nature #4 – The Road Narrows