I have been making these Fractured Fotos for a number of years now. My fascination of random placement in the picture plane lends itself to this technique. You can see that the negative space plays just as an important role as the colored areas. If you can imagine a group of picture cards thrown on the floor and they just happen to make a recognizable image, that would be the random act I seek.
The traditional techniques of the darkroom have given way to the lightroom and computer assisted process. All images in this gallery are totally digitally rendered. These Giclée prints are made with pigmented inks and archival paper, giving the photograph an exhibition life of 200 years or more.
I am in the process of compiling my past and current exhibition opportunities.
Numerous private, corporate, museum, gallery and government collections detailed information coming soon.
Personal info and favorite links and sites coming soon.