This photography art is complex and many layered. Starting with an inspiring photo I've taken somewhere around the world, from New York City to Asia and points in between, I open them in software programs and begin to pull them apart, pixel by pixel. I then "reconstruct" them using filters, masks, and sometimes algorithms I've written to manipulate the colors, textures, lines, and spaces.
This piece holds special memories for me because the original photo was taken at one of the last Richard Neutra houses to remain as he designed and built it in the 60, on the norther edge of Rock Creek Park in Washington DC. What makes it special is that I hosted his son and business partner, Dion Neutra, on a short trip to DC to speak with The National Building Museum about licensing home plans for future use.
When I told Dion I knew where the house was, and that I had tried to contact the owners to propose a photo essay of the house for Dwell magazine, he asked that we go, and this picture is my memory of that visit.
Dion has since passed from this life, but that visit will stay with me forever.
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