I began photographing nudes when I was in art school, modeling for photographers and painters.   I found then, as I still do today, that the human body is infinite in its variety, and that it can be approached in the same way I approach architecture.  There is poetry in the myriad forms of the human body, music in the smallest section of an arm, a breast, a foot.  It is rare for me to photograph a full body, rather what interests me are the small details, the crease of an elbow, the shell-like shape of an ear, the meandering river of a spinal column, the gentle slope of a hip.  I have worked with the same model for 15 years.  She no longer needs direction, we can work in complete silence, because she always knows exactly how see and what I will photograph.

Local Color

Windows | Reflets

Walls |La Poesie Des Affiches

Bodies

Nudes

Mannequins (No Thoughts)

Spirits in Stone

Tendresse

Faces

Visages des Visages

People

Observations

Surreal

Dreaming in Color

Flea Markets

Abstraction/Architecture

Moments

Animals

Autos

Beds

Searching for Jehanne

The Joan of Arc Project

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