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Brief Portfolio Introduction

Within the site are various “Portfolios” composed of select groups of images that I hope you will find of interest. First is the Dreamscapes portfolio, a collection of images that can only be described as surreal. A view or place so magnificent, like something from a dream. “Afternoon at the Oculus" takes us to a dreamlike edifice called the Oculus in downtown Manhattan. 


In the Symmetry portfolio I focus on the harmony within symmetrical objects. Our notion of perfection can be at times unrealistically imagined in man-made objects that seem to have equal sides, the reality is that nothing is perfect. The next image “Ceiling Web” taken at the Tyson's Corner station in the Washington DC area exemplifies this. Take a closer look at the two lights near the center of the image, they are not symmetrical... maybe by design?


Next is the Neon portfolio which is a collection of big and colorful night photography taking the viewer on a nostalgic trip to those neon-noir movies of yesterdayI always found this type of photography interesting, it makes the viewer meticulously scan through images in order to find small details. The first image in the portfolio is "Times Square at Night" which was taken near 42nd Street and Broadway in Midtown Manhattan.


Finally, there are some images best viewed in a monochrome setting. The photography within the Colorvoid portfolio is meant to conjure emotions, bring back distant memories, take us to the unknown or simply evoke a sense of calm. "Oculus Shell" was taken at the Oculus in Manhattan and is the first installment in the portfolio.


While I hope to convey a message through many of my images, most of them are a simple reflection of my joy for photo taking and the random nature of capturing a unique moment.