The title of the show “Perceived Impressions” is derived from the fact that each viewer
brings his or her own experiences, memories and beliefs into play when interpreting the
image. I want the viewers to see what they want to see in any particular photograph given
the information that I have presented them. Therefore, the images may be read
differently according to different viewers.
My subjects, for the most part, are rather common kinds of things. I am fascinated with
the play of light and how light and shadow can make even the most ordinary objects
appear extraordinary. A change in the intensity and direction of light can accentuate a
line or forms that previously had gone unnoticed. But it takes observing everything both
big and small in a scene to see something different. I prefer to take photographs of
“found” subjects, letting the subject dictate the final image, I also enjoy exploring nature
and the relationship of man coexisting with nature.