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About my photography
I have been doing photography since I was twenty. My artistic interests are, as usual, a direct gaze, strong compositions, and sensuality obtained through color, pattern, and texture. I rarely "set up" photographs; instead I use the existing physical environment for my subject matter, searching out the unintentional "art" in the nooks and crannies of the city. My earlier urban photographs were simple color abstractions, while my later ones rely more on textures and ambiguous spaces. Although I have lived for decades in the San Francisco Bay area, my photography reflects my travels of the past three decades in both subject and form.
In the early 1990s I sought a more intriguing use of depth in my photographs. So I began to photograph naturally occurring overlaid images, such as window reflections, shadows, and objects behind fences. Soon I decided to create composite images myself. Because this was before digital photography became widespread, I created in-camera multiple exposures using color slide film. I welcomed the serendipity of these photographs. Many of these images include window display mannequins, and expand on my painting theme of figures with patterns. Others create a surreal effect through the combination of serendipitous images, and the otherworldly color created by the double exposures.
Oakland, San Francisco Bay Area, East Bay, northern California