Series of images from Portland OR USA bridges across the Willamette River and Frank Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy images.
M in a Box
Photo Fiction Images
of Marilyn Owings growing up in Illinois and funerial images of her burial in El Salvador, Central America.
Series of images of women from Mattoon, Illinois against the background of a Mattoon house located at 1100 Wabash house. House was site of women growing up in the the later 1940s through the late 1960s and was vacated by all family relations in the late 1970s.
Series of Oregon backgrounds seen in late 1990s to 2000s while hiking and smaller subset images floating to the forefront of the mind. Alber's color dynamics at play.
Portfolio made in 1975 as Christmas gift, sized for cigarette box measuring 4 x 4 inches and printed in silver paper.
Present portfolio is a reprint in 2010 sized 16 x 16 inches with archival pigment ink.
Belfast: Dark & Light
I went to Ireland 30 plus years ago. I was some young man those years ago in the late 1970s. I had ideas, mostly sophomoric. But the things I thought have come to fruition. It was a time in Belfast when the central city was cordoned off. As anyone entered the city, the army of England patted you down, inspected bags, checked IDs if you looked suspicious.
Eisner's Parking Lot
In 1973, drivers gathered in Eisner's grocery parking lot on Broadway Ave in Mattoon, Illinois at dusk. It was a time to simply get together. These images were made with a 4x5 camera on a tripod. Hardly spontaneous but decidedly a great collaboration between photographer and the car culture of the 1970s.
Series of 2008 images made in Portland, OR USA streets. All the calm of edged lawns, pretty shrubbery, & clean streets
belie the genetic variability of our frontage presentation in
order for all of us to look like we fit in.
The door is a jar in
Take a peek. Step into the street.
Blue Sky Drawers 2017
Series of Oregon landscapes made in later 2010s. Images printed 16x20 by archival pigment ink.
Series of 16 x 20 inch images regarding how one inserts self into many places, relationships, time pockets, odd human crevices.
Latin insinuatus, past participle of insinuare,
from in- + sinuare to bend, curve, from sinus curve