Thursday, July 26, 2012

My incredible New York architecture Photos

     I have been working on this project since 2010. All of the photos in this series were taken in 2010 over a few months. In total I shot 27 buildings and still need to shoot about 45 more so this will be an ongoing project for me.
     Every photographer sets out to do something different:to me this is my diffferent moment. As I said, it is still a work in progress and things might change (will change) over time. Originally I set out on this project in a much different way as far as output goes. I did not have the same intentions that these photos show.
    Things in life change and we shall see how this changes over it's life. These photos have been on my Flickr account for a few days now with a poor amount of web hits...or people are just breezing through. With this being said, please take a look at each individual photo to see the details of my work.
     At the top of each photo is the time each shot was taken down to the second. It may be on the bottom, I am not 100% sure at this point. Each shot also is made up of different amount of shots. Take a look, thanks!

Bank of America, 24 Photos
Hearst Building, 33 Photos
The Chrylser Building, 29 Photos

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Panorama's..................Lots of Panorama's......

     I was reading an article last week about Panorama's and another article about going back to look at old photos. So what I did was put the 2 of those ideas together and I came up with fixing all of my Panorama photos.
     I've taken Panorama's from so many places and have not posted them anywhere for others to see my work. I figured it was time to go back and get them all done and ready to show the world. Once the project got started I was amazed as to how many I actually took.
     The easiest way to get them on the web is through my Flickr account but they will probably be posted at my site for sale next month.

Here are a few examples with the link to my Flickr Set...

Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janiero

Washington DC, Memorial to Memorial
Wadi Rum, Jordan
New York from 7 World Trade Center

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Tiffany & Co. purchased one of my pieces for their Portland location...

I have been in touch with Tiffany & Co. for some time waiting to do business with them. We met at the Javit's Center back in November 2011 when I did the "Contemporary Art Fair" show there. The show itself wasn't such a big show but I did make some great connections, Tiffany & Co. being one of them. The people at Tiffany have been amazing to deal with too.
This is the first piece that they purchased but I am hoping to do more business with them in the future.

"Milky NY Skyline"

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

I have my photos for sale at a number of websites now...

This past week I spoke with a consultant at Best Art Marketing, Tuck Tucker. He gave me some very good information about SEO, Keywords and a multitude of websites to show my photos.
I ended up adding about 6 new sites to sell my work.
I am going to list them below and maybe some of you will take a look and comment on the quality of the sites if you know them. Many of them are worldwide, many of them are new to me.
Statue of Liberty from a Helicopter
The Capital Ceiling, Washington DC
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg Russia

Here is the list...

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Indiewalls, Cafe Blossom and me...

Yesterday I finished setting up the exhibit at Cafe Blossom. There are 8 pieces in total in the restaurant.
They are located at 41 Carmine Street between Bleeker and Bedford streets. set up this whole thing so I want to thank them for the opportunity first.
Cafe Blossom has 3 restaurants now, this is their newest location. A top rated Vegetarian eatery. 

Indiewalls website is...

The website above at Indiewalls is also the link to the Cafe Blossom show. The Show will be running from now until September 28th. Just drop in and take a look.