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From a very early age, I have been interested in photography. I received my first camera at the age of 10 (a small Kodak 110) and by the time I was in high school, I had my own darkroom. I now focus on creating fine art images with varied aesthetics and representations. My subject matter can be quite eclectic, from landscapes, to classic still lifes, to scenes from varied urban environments. I do, however, concentrate on weaving a common element among many of my images - social commentary. My most recent work involves the exploration of my new home town, Detroit, where I seek to investigate the irony of the City's historic wealth and importance with the current reality of poverty and blight.
I use a combination of digital and large format film cameras to capture my images, with editing largely accomplished digitally. However, I do not use digital manipulation, rather my digital editing mirrors basic darkroom techniques. My fine art prints are to museum archival standards designed to last for generations.
I hope you enjoy my work and please feel free to contact me with any feedback or questions.