i don't set out to produce art about one subject or another. i'm seldom without my camera so i am constantly taking photos that either end up in a folder on my laptop and other times they develop into more in-depth ideas and detailed works of art.
i didn't set out to be an artist specializing in digital art or to create artwork related to a specific topic, but as my portfolio developed and people started to review my work, the descriptions started to emerge and i began to notice a pattern i hadn't intended but am now please with.
my work tends to focus on the day-to-day life, the interaction of people with their immediate environment, the simplicity of buildings and the evolution of this simplicity to scenes of beauty through colors and textures. one review describes my work as “the proof that art is everywhere and only awaits to be discovered by our eyes, because art, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder” which is what i hope to achieve through all artworks i produce.
some of my subject matter is about people's daily routines and capturing a specific activity to show the person and what is important to him at that precise moment. none of it was intentional - it all developed and evolved over time. when asked for a detailed explanation/description of a picture, i don’t always find the words to describe my motive for taking the photo in the first place. however, when explaining that to me the photo only comes to life after i have spent numerous hours digitally enhancing it to produce the final artwork, and that i can only then describe my intention, often leads to a look of astonishment. my response that hopefully the artwork can speak for itself and whatever it says to the viewer - it's the right message because there isn't a wrong and a right message. each person takes something a little different from the same picture and i'm happy with that.