Monday, March 30, 2009


Photo Of The Week

I was on 17th Street near Union Square the other day and came across this extremely pertinent Discreet Message. It states Trust Me, Soul, Power. You may also notice the gold bars on the corner of the illustration? I found this to be a strong message because of all the economic turmoil we are going through at the present time. Who can we trust?

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Discreet Messages Video

Video Of The Week

Yesterday I figured out how to post my video about my Discreet Messages fine art photo concept onto the web. This video is an excellent documentary, shot by Elsa Butler (, about the messages that I photograph in urban landscapes. I explain my vision and why I am documenting people's written words. If interested, you may click on the link above to view the video. Your opinions and comments are welcome. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Accesories and Still-Life Photography

Photo Of The Week

It is Sunday afternoon and we are so close to Spring that I thought to put out some seasonal colors out on the web. Last week I had an accessories shoot in my studio. I thought to share another photo with you from that day. Do you like it? I wish you all a good week to come.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Colorful Still-Life Photography

Photo Of The Week

Many folks ask me how I define my photography style. After reviewing my still-life portfolio I would say that my style is colorful. I like my images to pop and I allow that to happen with patterns or bright colors. Do you agree? If you'd like to see more, you may, by visiting (a link is on the right side of this page).

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Nike Ad

Photo Of The Week

I photographed and designed an ad for Nike (this is a comp). The copy reads If your teeth still chatter, it's fear. The photo was taken from an excursion I took in Colorado back in the day. My friends and I climbed a 14'teener (a mountain that is 14,000 feet or above) called Challenger Peak. This summit is dedicated to the brave astronauts who lost their lives in the Challenger crash back in the 1980's. The hike was incredible! I think the photo and ad are pretty cool too!