Each day I go to the studio where I work. Cameras, lighting equipment, computers. books, and props are there. My
inspirations and magic happens there. I try to make
photographs that cause the rods and cones of your eyes dance there.
Photography is about light. I often watch the dark night skies to learn about light. I watch and follow the cycles of the moon, the rotational appearance and disappearance of the planets, and and the predictable cycles of the stellar
constellations. Pinpoints of light follow a predictable order.
I believe my response to these cycles is imbedded in my genes, imbedded in our genes. From there I respond the the geometry of the Golden Mean defined by the Ancient Greeks and the mathematical sequence of the numbers recognized by Leonardo Fibonacci during the Middle Ages. I see in the chambered nautilus, the growth patterns of sunflowers, the spiral formation of tropical hurricanes, and in our own galaxy, The Milky Way.
This brings me back to my studio, where light fills the dark. Where my creative models and I respond to our genetic
imprints. This is where ideas form, creativity is encouraged, and new photographs are made. Where, we try to make those rods and cones dance. Where we nudge your