I grew up as a kid in a big city a doodler and a painter, a lover of perspective drawings. My first painting was created out of an interest in surrealism and perspective. Later when i started to explore photography, it became evident that my fascination with lines would keep surfacing. I saw them wherever I walked, great sweeping lines that would start at your feet and stretch out past your line of sight, into the sky itself. Grids within grids of towering rectangles all lined up. Those lines burned a lasting impression in me and are still present in my work.
A mission of mine in abstract photography has been to capture or create images that are surreal like dali but have a level of realism that only photography can deliver.
The abstract work I have made thus far is a collection of my experiments from exploring landscapes and long exposures. I do not manipulate my imagery other than making a photo symmetrical or a quadriptic.