In my ongoing body of photographs entitled REFLETS, opposing elements are layered into a single image by light and the reflective qualities of glass.  Modern fashion advertising images become mirrors for passing people and cars, ancient buildings, trees and clouds. Nature is juxtaposed with man-made, and beauty becomes the antonym to the gritty urban landscape reflected in its unnatural, airbrushed surface. These images represent in-camera layering, are shot on film, and printed digitally without alteration.  Both in color and black and white they address the juxtaposition of the real world and the fantasy world of fashion and beauty.

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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