While spending some time in the California Central Valley farm belt, I began to notice windmills everywhere. Many farms had them and even more individual yards had them. Some were being used to generate power, but most seem to simply represent the idea of generation.
In 2013, I started to become fascinated with David Hockney’s photographic “Joiners”. I fell in love with his Cubist style and more importantly, how his works add depth to an otherwise two-dimensional image (I encourage you to look him up).
I began my own joiners photographic journey shortly thereafter and am always looking for my next great subject idea. In the case of faces, I feel the joiner style brings out different moods and personalities. It also encourages us to look at details within the whole.
I hope you enjoy what I have so far! If you are interested in commissioning a piece, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.393.3569.