My photographic and artistic style has many influences but is best inspired by the impressionists who utilized optical blending techniques like pointillism. The French fauves with their bold colors and the 20th century Japanese woodblock print artists who were adept at juxtaposing colored regions have also been influential. In terms of subject matter my focus is on cityscape and landscape scenes. I have been creating digital photo art for the past four years. This body of work is an offshoot of my prior work pastel landscape painting.
Some of my other digital creations include geometric pattern art. These are software creations that explore the intersection between art and mathematics. I like to explore novel combinations of basic shape elements like lines, circles and polygons arranged in a mosaic fashion. Themes explored in this work are the juxtaposition of order with randomness or of the natural versus the manufactured.