Monthly Archives: June 2013

Godzilla vs. Manhattan

The film summary on IMDB for Godzilla reads “A enormous, radioactively mutated lizard runs rampant on the island of Manhattan.” Which is funny, because yesterday I finished a new work that captures exactly this. Let’s be honest, there are only … Continue reading

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from here to eternity

I was quite pleased with this one, which has gotten a lot of laughs. It is also a great example of how I think artists should build on their strengths. This doesn’t mean not trying new things, because experimentation and … Continue reading

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overwhelmed by technology?

Ever feel this way? Driving around one day I came across a broken television abandoned by the side of the road. It was a great chance encounter. I like the contrast between the soft plush children’s teddy bear and the … Continue reading

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surviving life’s waves

This came out of the photoshoot that I posted about last week describing¬†the perfect hobby. It has been garnering lots of comments on Fine Art ¬†America and is well on its way to becoming my most viewed photograph. I think … Continue reading

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to be or not to be edgy

OK, I admit it: sometimes my sense of humor can edge up to dark, sarcastic, ironic, and now and again slightly twisted. Photography is a great way to express many sides of your personality. But while this is (mostly) a … Continue reading

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why do I like this photo so much?

This is one of those photos that I keep coming back to. I’m not exactly sure why I like it so much, or even how much credit I can really take as a photographer. Lighting, water, cement blocks, pose, and … Continue reading

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photography and photoshop (and godzilla)

There is a lot of great digital art out there. And a lot of great photographs too. Cheap and easy to use digital cameras and programs like Photoshop have democratized the visual arts, which is a good thing. The more … Continue reading

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