My interest in photography began during my architectural studies in college. The need to photograph conceptual and final design models introduced me to technical aspects of lighting, composition and the basics of macro photography. While in school I took a photography class that involved developing black and white film. Shooting exclusively in black and white, I learned to find subjects with a wide range of contrast and strong textures. Over time I have gradually transitioned to digital photography. My work as a technical graphic designer has provided me experience in Photoshop in addition to knowledge of color management principles and color correction techniques, which are useful when working in the "digital darkroom".
Roslindale Open Studios is November 2-3. I'll be at the Roslindale House Group Site.
120 Poplar Street, Map Location S1 http://www.roslindaleopenstudios.org/
"Golden Gate Bridge" in my Architectural Gallery has been selected for the 2013 WGBH Art Auction, July 8-28.
Boston Society of Architects, Architectural Photography Network Gallery Exhibition
September - Mid-January http://bsaspace.org/exhibits/our-favorite-things-work-by-the-bsa-architectural-photography-network/
Roslindale Open Studios, November 2012
Jamaica Plain Open Studios, September 2012
Scollay Square Gallery, 3rd floor of Boston City Hall, along with other artists from Roslindale Open Studios. July 11-August 30, 2011.
Boston.com Article by Jeremy C. Fox http://www.boston.com/yourtown/news/downtown/2011/07/roslindale_artists_show_their.html http://www.boston.com/yourtown/boston/downtown/gallery/open_studios_in_city_hall/
Hope you enjoy my work.