In 2011, I changed my full-time career from public relations to photography -- and haven’t looked back since.
I’m enjoying the wonderful world of art fairs and getting positive feedback from a wide range of art-goers. It’s a great feeling when satisfied clients email photos of how my work looks in their homes.
My inspiration comes from the beauty and decay of urban life where a fresh pair of eyes can revive something old and make it new again.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - is a collection that combines two series that capture pop-up urban expressions.
In the "Urban Decay" series, an abandoned railroad track bridge covered with graffiti is reinvented as a piece of fine art through abstract images.
"Faces on a Wall" is a series of street art discovered on weather-beaten walls and doors in cities around the globe.
Each photo is meaningful on its own; telling an individual story in a single frame. Collectively, this series preserves anonymous images that, without a doubt, could be erased in a blink of an eye.