The Allegories

Project Series

Affecting The Effects

How does a rainforest survive the pace of human encroachment? Is a rainforest even worth saving when land resources are rapidly vanishing?

Imagine...The Colonial Ways

Whenever I travel to a historic location, I take a moment and close my eyes, and try visualize what life must have been like for the people who may have occupied this particular scene.

The Journey Of La Quinceañera

My wife, Jayne, and I recently had the honor and privilege of attending and participating in the Quinceañera. The fiesta de quince años is a celebration of a girl’s 15th birthday.

A Visit To The Shire

At the end of October, 2018, my wife, Jayne, and I visited the Hobbiton movie set situated on a family run farm near Matamata, in Waikato, New Zealand.

Just Another Day

Is today, just another day? Or did we wake up this morning with some particular purpose or intent?

The Orsini Insanity

“Monster Park” is considered to be the first theme park in the world and was built in the 1500's.

National Die: Made In The USA

What is it like for a product to state that it is “Made in the USA”? What does this really mean, especially in today’s economy? Is this just a cliche?

Moorish Influences

*** Featured in LensWork Magazine, Issue 115 *** Visitors to the province of Andalusia in southern Spain will immediately notice the beautiful Moorish architecture of many of its ancient mosques, palaces, and fortresses.

Cross-Sections: The Cogs In The Machine

For more than twenty eight years, I worked a cross-sectioned life in a cube consisting of three sides with six-foot high colorless partitions.

End Of The Line

*** Featured in Black & White Magazine, Issue 104 *** What is it about forgotten places that some people find irresistible?


*** Featured in Black & White Magazine, Issues 101, 103 *** My project is simply a celebration of the sense of awe I experienced during visit to the Sydney Opera House.

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