There is something historically significant about shooting the
landscape. It is so telling of the society that lives within it.
There are so many little details from signs, to architecture, to
chipping paint and I try to include them all within my lens. At
night the process of long exposure photography gives me a moment to
reflect while I shoot, which is paramount to me as an artist. The
color palette of the night inspires me the most. I have always been
drawn to the artwork of Van Gogh and Chagal and I find the color
palette the night provides allows me to work with a variety of
blues in the night sky. I use a wide-angle lens to distort the
images to give them a more surrealistic feeling.