Why I Make So Many Photographs Of Rust And Decay

After you've been photographing a few years, as I'm sure you've noticed, themes in your work start to recur. For me a major theme is making pictures of abandoned objects that are rusting and decaying. So what's this about? Why do I enjoy capturing what most others would consider discarded and ugly, not worth even… Continue reading Why I Make So Many Photographs Of Rust And Decay

Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment (II)

Generally I've moved ever closer towards finding cameras I can set up to create photographs I love without needing any extra post processing. But last year I experimented with Snapseed to process the same image multiple times, and trace its disintegration. After again finding myself listening to William Basinski more than anyone else lately (who… Continue reading Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment (II)

These Three Photographs – Nature Reclaims

Time for episode four in the ongoing series called These Three Photographs, where I share three photographs of a similar theme, and talk about what they mean to me. The theme this time is Nature Reclaims. No shock to anyone familiar with my work that this is a(nother) gravestone photograph. And in many ways it represents… Continue reading These Three Photographs – Nature Reclaims