Geometry and Symbols

I have for a long time used bits of sacred geomtry in my images here and there. I recently have been pushing myself to create some new unique pieces based around geometry. Its amazing how geometry reflects what you see in art. The Fibonacci number or the Golden spiral has long been one that is used often by artist. In mathematics, the Fibonacci numbers are the numbers in the following integer sequence, called the Fibonacci sequence, and characterized by the fact that every number after the first two is the sum of the two preceding
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Free Prints for doing something nice!

So this time of year is one that many of us reflect on the entire year that has past. I know 2016 was a trying year for me, and I am looking forward to the new year to make improvements. I have been thinking more and more about being a better person. Its hard to be a good person sometimes. Not that I want to be evil or a rude person, but sometimes  you get wrapped up in your own life and see everything through your own rose colored glasses. So I have been working
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The Sinner

Sometimes I start editing an image and just zone out to some good music and before I know it hours have passed. I often use subtle religious symbols and sacred geometry in my images. I think it comes from my own upbringing with religion, along with my own questions on religion. This one felt like it gave itself to just this kind of image. Dark and mysterious, not able to see, so taking everything on faith. “The sinner”.     During my trip to Texas I have been fortunate enough to be able to work
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God Bless Texas

So the start of spring brings the start of festival season. I have really been yearning to get on the road. I am falling in love with the traveling. To be able to go to a new state, a new city, and meet new and interesting people is just amazing. Not to mention the friends you make on the road, other artist traveling as well. There is a real sense of friendship among the artist and its always nice to catch up with some of them you have not seen in a while. When I
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The Mask Series

I was super fortunate to have been ask to take part in “The Mask Series” Wet Plate Collodion International Collaborative Collection. The curator of this project is Shane Balkowitsch an amazing wet plate artist himself. He is shipping identical gas mask around the world to several who still practice this form of photography and gives you full creative reign. The only thing you must do is use the provided mask. The following is from his website HERE: The Goal: The goal for this series is to raise awareness of the historic wet plate technique as
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The Ark

I always try to create scenes in my work. Almost like a still from a movie. I love nature, abandon structures, grungy walls, texture. Something that bring an element other than a plain background.  I want the image to be a second of time in a story that your mind can carry on when you look at the image. Something that inspires an emotional response. I am always attracted to art that does the same for me. When creating I love to create my own reality, bring a vision from my head into a tangible
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A new beginning

With my new website starts a brand new blog. I have been severely lacking at creating blog content the last few years. I am hoping to be able to keep some new content on here this time around. Personal thoughts, travel updates, tutorials, my favorite movies, anything that moves me. Its often hard for me write about what I do, I am not the greatest with words. I do know that in the last few years that I have found a deep love for traveling the festival circuit. I have met some of the most
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