The pursuit of making photographs evokes an idea of permanance, leaving a trail, forming some kind of recognizable body. The experience of these artifacts may only be fleeting with no memory attached. The process allows me to gauge light, investigatedetails, shape what has been cooked, and assemble thematic essays.

New York City, my hometown metropolis, never ceases to provoke curiosity.

Tuscany, summer of 2003, proved to be the key moment of photographic vocation. Credit to TPW and meeting many new creative individuals.

Main areas of attention: environment, street, quirks, and music.


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Select images are available as 8.5x11, 13x19, or 17x22" pigment prints, carefully spotted, tweaked, and primped for your visual satisfaction—artifacts of the Epson 3880 Stylus Pro churning ink simultaneously from eight cartridges of Ultrachrome K3.