I consider myself to be a self-taught landscape photographer and digital artist, since 2005. However, throughout the years I have always found myself having an interest to explore with my camera, which includes event photography, close-up photography, monochromatic photography, pet photography and still life photography.
Digitally creating images whether from one of my existing photographs or from a digital blank canvas is just as enjoyable to me as going outdoors to photograph a nature landscape scene.
When making digital art, it often starts with visual inspirations and then trying to accomplish that vision successfully. Other times it happens as a result of the process, which is most effected by my mood, environmental energies and or my feelings.
Some notable forms of digital art I have created over the years are photographs with digital effects, apophysis fractal art, hand-drawn abstracts and hand-drawn mandala inspired art designs.
Mediums of my work are often seen and considered as being classic, modern, elegant, masculine, dream-like and or simplistic. With an inquisitive nature, I greatly enjoy exploring photographic and digitally creative challenges, not just for the result, but also for the journey I take in the creative and technical process.
- With an invitation to exhibit, 2 images from my “Jersey Shore” collection were represented in The Belmar Arts Council and Center in the “Surf Art Reception at the Boatworks” in 2010. Titles, “Ocean Impact” & “Surf Fisherman” we displayed and available for sale during the exhibit.
- My photo-journalistic experience has been published on Patch.com in multiple articles from 2011 in the community of Holmdel and surrounding areas.
- From my “Mandalas Among the Stars” series, my digitally created, hand-drawn, mandala inspired art design, titled “Sun Mandala” was featured two times on CBS Sunday Morning in 2021 and on Jan. 2nd, 2022.