Science Museum | London

Earlier this summer I spent a few days exploring London for a possible workshop there next year. One of my favorite stops of the trip was most definitely the Zaha Hadid designed mathematics gallery in the Science Museum. The first UK project completed after Hadid’s passing. Incredible as always, this design was inspired by the […]

Private Collector, BW Abstracts – Installation

I’ve been catching up on getting some installation shots of my work once it’s placed, whether for corporate, commercial or private clients. Recently I stopped by another friend’s place, she purchased 4 black & white abstract images for her master bedroom to add the final touch to the renovation of this space. First, here are […]

Oklahoma City – Band Shell

Day 2 and the next stop on the road trip was Oklahoma City. I didn’t think I’d find too much here but came across a couple interesting sculptural pieces. Today I’ll share some shots of the Devon Lawn Band Shell in Myriad Gardens. The design is by Gensler but is reminiscent of Calatrava with it’s […]

"Unzipped" Toronto

A few weeks ago I made a brief stop in Toronto before heading off to Paris for the upcoming workshop I was teaching with Michael Muraz through our Photography Unfolded site. In a last minute decision Michael got us tickets to “Unzipped” Toronto. The first North American stop of the BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group designed pavilion. First, […]

You're Invited: Fall Exhibitions!

Hi there! I’m excited to share I have 4 upcoming exhibitions, 3 in the US and 1 in Barcelona. Read on for all the details and if you find yourself in any of the areas, please stop by 🙂 First, I’ll be exhibited my image, Serration, as part of the Praxis Gallery’s The Shape of […]

Cloudscrapers Addition


“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.” ~ G.K. Chesterton   It’s been awhile since I’ve had additions to any of my ongoing series. However, during the last couple private workshops I led, conditions worked out in my favor. Most recently I created a new image for my Cloudscrapers series. […]

Revisiting the AGO

Oh how I love a good staircase. Add Frank Gehry to the mix and I’m not sure it can be beat! So, on my last visit to Toronto I made sure to take advantage of their Wednesday night free admission to explore the museum and get a few more shots of the incredibly designed staircase […]

Northwestern University Photowalk

northwestern university, kellogg school of management, kellogg global hub, kpmb architects

A couple weeks ago Michael and I led our first photowalk through our new teaching site, Photography Unfolded, on Evanston’s Northwestern University campus. We had a great group and we spent a beautiful summer day on the lakefront exploring a few of the university’s newer buildings. We started at the Segal Visitor Center designed by […]

NYC Workshop Recap

oculus, santiago calatrava

What a full 4-day workshop spent exploring NYC in late May! We had some less than ideal weather, but our fantastic group rallied through gray skies, a morning filled with rain and some fog covered cityscapes. All that might sound like shooting was a bust, but in some locations these seemingly less than perfect weather […]

Ulysses in Blue

One of the new locations we shot at this years Los Angeles workshop was a sculpture by Alexander Liberman titled Ulysses. It’s a very large, white, metal sculpture with all these great curves. I preferred isolating segments of the sculpture against the sky for a minimalistic look. I also took liberty with the white balance in […]