5 high-dynamic range (HDR) photographs of the Monadnock Building in the Printer’s Row neighborhood of Chicago. The building’s grand staircases represent the first use of aluminum in building construction.
In June 2011, I traveled to the American Southwest and explored many of the notable deserts and parks around the Navajo Nation & Four Corners area. Here are 3 of the best 35mm film photographs that I took in the Monument Valley region.
The second photo from my upcoming photography book about the American Southwest, taken in the Jumping Cholla Cactus Garden, at Joshua Tree National Park out in the Mojave Desert.
One of two photographs of the Bloomingdale Trail to be featured in a exhibition next month in Chicago! The exhibition, “Reframing Ruin: a Prelude to the Bloomingdale Trail,” will be a part of the Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival, July 29-31 in Logan Square.