This piece is a movie poster created to be a representation of the French film "La Jetee" which was produced by Chris Marker in 1962. The woman is constructed mainly of triangles and abstract shapes but appears to be soft in features. This is to display the interplay between past and present in the film. The typefaces are also used to relay this connection, a Jane Austen meets the future is the feeling I was going for.
This piece was an expressive modular analysis of Claude Monet's San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk. I wanted to relay its rich colors, while drawing the viewer in with the perception of depth.
I took this shot on the top of Angel's Landing, 5,790 feet in the air. A truly remarkable hike.