black and white of old quarry stone crusher buildings

The Abandoned Nude

    Deserted spaces are not empty. They are vessels that contain memories of human life if you know how to see them. I grew up viewing forgotten structures as more than just ruins – they were symbols of man’s creativity, edifices of human ingenuity, definitive marks left in the world. They became the seeds. […]

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nude male with back to camera in dim studio lighting

Why the Male Nude?

The image that prefaces this post is one of the first male figurative photographs I ever took. Accomplished at my school’s studio, it was a nervous attempt to reckon with my sexual awakening. This was the early ’80’s, when the male nude still elicited strange looks and whispers. But it felt appropriate. As a shy

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portrait of man in industrial setting holding camera

Back with a welcome!

Okay, so I’m back… New design, new blog entries on their way, more great images – but not without a quick thanks to my long-time friend and creative cohort, Alan Jazak and his design team at Formation Studios. To say that Alan has been helpful all these years is an understatement. He knows everything about

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