Grass Dancer

“Grass Dancer” was photographed using deliberate motion blur. This technique produces images that can be compared to those of the Impressionist Painters. The goal is to capture the light and movement around a subject, rather than the subject itself. The resulting image is more ethereal than literal.  Some other pictures from this “Tribal” series of …

Scarf Dancer, Fusion Festival, Surrey 2016

“Scarf Dancer,”  is part of a Photo Impressionism dance series. The series focuses on dance and dancers that live and perform in Surrey, BC. Color, energy, beauty and movement are expressed in these softly focused images. Photographs in this series are part of a project linked to the upcoming Creative Cities Summit in Surrey, BC this October. …

Girls in Blue

“Girls in Blue,” is part of a Photo Impressionist Series.  Photo Impressionist pictures draw inspiration from the tradition of Impressionist painters using photographic techniques. It is possible to print “Girls in Blue,” in large or even very large format.  I am enjoying the fact that,  the maximum print size is constrained by the printer rather than the camera. …

Impressionist Photography Series

I am working on updating my Impressionist photography series.  These latest photos were taken near the Spirit Garden in South Surrey. The picture below is a different version of the same ornamental grass.  I use a slow shutter speed and intentional camera motion to create these Impressionist photographs.

Art in the City, Studio Tours, 2015

I will be participating in “Art In the City,” Studio Tours, Sept 26-27th, 2015. My studio will be open between 11-4 each day and everyone is welcome. There are are 40 artist studio or display locations. Some locations have multiple artists displaying their work.