Dark Freedom Tower
Sometimes the sun just ends up in the right place at the right time. Or is it me? Damn it, I can’t get enough of architectural details.
Ray of Light on a Building, West Village
With architecture, I’m forever looking for moments when the light creates bizarre and interesting abstractions.
Photography is not always about what you look at.
How you look at what’s in front of you is equally important.
And when in doubt, tilt your head 30 degrees left.
150 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn
There’s something about this building that really gets my attention. It’s not the design or the location or anything. From what I can tell, the edges of the building are not perfectly straight - they’re curved. And that’s cool. Unless I’m just seeing things or it’s some kind of bizarre distortion from the camera lens.
Most Ominous Nose
I love creating these types of surreal architectural photos that allow me to bend my perception of my surroundings. Little chunks of the sky can look awfully interesting if you look hard.