Pablo Picasso writes, ‘There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward, you can remove all traces of reality’.
There’s an ambiguity to my abstract photography. I make photographs balanced between the continuum of abstraction and realism. The blending and integration between visual abstraction and realism creating colorful explosive nonrepresentational images with noteworthy details is essential.
My Impressionist photos include capturing various atmospheres, changing lights, and movements without sharpness concerns. I employ both ICM (intentional camera movement) and subject driven motion. These photographic moments prompt a sense of space, a moment of drama and new ways of perception.