Artist Information Photographer, born June 5, 1970. Residence Omaha, Nebraska Vanishing Point: My new series explores the environment and the changes reflected from one city to another. The work is produced with multiple lenses that shift the image as the viewer moves. It asks many questions of how the cross filtering of society effects our perspective of the world. Anarchy: An·ar·chy Noun a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority ·absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal. This work represents disorder with the lack of recognition being ever present. The hues divide the image into slices of reality. A visual lawlessness ensues as you view the image. The disorienting spaces come to life in a radical collaboration of color, space, and contrast. I created this body of work to explore chaos within my own work. My previous series, Paris Still Lifes, was very calm and structured. The Anarchy series breaks all the rules that I have set for myself. I have worked in a monochromatic medium for years so the injection of color and asymmetrical elements opens a totally new world for me. Paris Still Lifes: My images from Paris still lifes capture the delicate beauty and perfection within the iconic Parisian landscape. The complex architectural design that exists within the streets, buildings, churches, and gardens of Paris intrigues me. When I explore the city with my Hasselblad I am captivated by its grandeur. It is sublime.