“I was living in Monterey, a place where the classic photographers – the Westons, Wynn Bullock and Ansel Adams – came for a privileged view of nature. But my daily life very rarely took me to Point Lobos or Yosemite; it took me to shopping centers, and gas stations and all the other unhealthy growth that flourished beside the highway. It was a landscape that no one else had much interest in looking at. Other than me.”
“Urban Mailboxes,” a 10.7″x16.13″ black and white “new landscape” image printed on hahnemule german etching paper using archival inks on a inkjet printer is now available at Saatchi Art in a limited edition run.