Photography is interaction with the subject: framing, interpreting, selection. We construct our images in a different way from other imagemakers, using light, time and space.
One series I have worked on for many years is "vertical landscapes." By taking a photo in vertical orientation, I can compress the space at the same time I show great depth from foreground to back. The compression turns the subject into a kind of "field painting", or a "layer cake" effect. A subset of the series is vertical seascapes, some of which have never been shown, except here.
Ocean Beach 62 was chosen for the new SFPUC building on the corner of Polk and Golden Gate. It is a current addition to a long series of Air/Land/Seascapes.
I currently have work on display at Floral Loft, Hayes St., SF.