The images I capture with my camera are no more than the shapes and forms that catch my eye, typically unintended reflections and textures projected by artificial structures. I’m especially drawn to unique perspectives and repetitive or distorted shapes that are unusual or representative of Nature having her way with man’s creation. Such are the limits of any meaning I ascribe to my images; it’s hoped that viewers will find their own.
The image below is of the Engine House on the Roycroft Campus. The building was destroyed by fire in 1998. This photograph was made in 2004. The building has since been rebuilt (2010).