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Seascape + HORIZON

images contain familiar viewpoints, but hold something back from the viewer. In place of the expected textures and patterns of sky and sea, the scene is interrupted with a plain color block and manipulations that are obviously unnatural, some passingly convincing, and some drain color altogether, in every case it is as if a denial of the beauty one has come to behold. 


Architectural Abstraction

Los Angeles, California 


Inspired by the writing of Guy Debord in   Theory of the Derive

The derive involves playful and constructive behaviors and an awareness of psychogeographical effects. They take on a very different approach from just strolling or taking a journey. In a derive the individual, or several individuals, drop their every day tasks and activities and go on with movement and action. They let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain and what they find there. They do not have a motif in mind, they are just experiencing the city open to new perceptions.



The Color of Air

Exhibited at NeueHouse Hollywood, 2018

I think that the ideal space must contain elements of magic, serenity, sorcery and mystery. – Luis Barrágan


The Color of Air explores architectural and environmental abstraction on recent travels to Mexico City. Inspired by the color-saturated modernist buildings of Luis Barragán, the photographs originate with captures of both his and other architects’ marvels, which are manipulated to make almost unrecognizably abstract worlds of dynamic geometries and seductive hues.



Aging Flowers


Shown with 3Walls at ICFF, New York, 2018. 


In circular tondo format, the flowers, with evident hints of their withering softness, appear here as the vanitas: a reminder of the inevitable passing of time. Though ravishing in life as in death, their seductive beauty represents a far more solemn reality of loss.


Altered Landscapes


Exhibited at Marissa Alperin Studio, New York, 2016 


The photographs in Altered Landscapes are governed by pressing dualities: life and death, beauty and destruction, admiration and fear. The images, printed in the tondo format, brim with joyful reverence for the calm of the surround.



Upstate wanderings