This mountain has always reminded me of a favorite film from my childhood called, “The Dark Crystal”.
Meagan and I have been friends since childhood, I’ve always thought that she looked like the post card image of what a foreigner may perceive the american girl next door to look like. I took this photograph on memorial day in front of her and her boyfriends house, age 25.
Dan is one of my muses, we are close friends so we spend a lot of time together, for this reason I think it is why he is the subject of some of my best photographs.
This is a picture I took just a few months after rediscovering photography. I was in the high desert on a job and the skies were dark and moody, everything seemed to have a supernatural texture to it.
This is one of my favorite photos. Not only is this church in the middle of nowhere but it has a midcentury motif. I like to imagine the kind of folks that might be here on any given Sunday.
Contrary to the stereotypes of a scene such as this, for some reason I find this room inviting.
I took this photo of my friend Max in upstate New York, October of 2015. He is a leather smith.
The sky was too dark for my light meter to register a correct exposure for this shot, but it was too dreamy for me to leave behind, so i used my instincts for the camera settings and it payed off in the end.
I have always considered this image as one of my favorites. It feels extraterrestrial.
This is an iconic building in downtown Los Angeles across from grand central market, it has been scene in countless movies highlighting its ornate stair cases and detail, but personally I couldn't help but be entranced by its vast glass ceiling.
As I create more and more work, I have begun to realize that the central theme of my photographs seems to be finding the supernatural moments in the stillness of a scene, as if life were put on pause. I want my audience to feel as if they are in an alternate reality.