"From a personal series documenting Brutalist architecture. The Orange County Government Center, designed by Paul Rudolph, was completed in 1967."
"Gene Ivey is a renown fiddle-maker based out of Ider, Alabama. This image was shot in his studio as personal work."
Shot for the "Off the Grid" feature in Dwell magazine. Julia Sabot/Amy Silberman, photo editors; Dwell Magazine, client.
High Falls Park, near Geraldine, Alabama. Personal.
A green roof in Manhattan designed by Caliper Studio. Caliper Studio, client.
A Greenwich Village townhouse shot for architectural firm, Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects. Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects, client.
Advertising shot for the latest in Absolut's city flavor series—Absolut BROOKLYN. Julia Menassa, agency producer; Jin Park, art director; Meghan Figueroa, associate creative director; TBWA-Chiat-Day, ad agency; Absolut, client.
Duration: Shooting full-time for three-and-a-half years.
Staff: Just me and kick-ass freelance assistants, producers and stylists.
Education: A BA from the Art Institute of Atlanta then a few years of assisting some amazing photographers.
Cultural Influences: This past year I read a book titled Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time & Light and I think about it every day. I'm originally from Alabama and it has and always will influence me. Photographers: Arnold Newman, Harry Callahan, Hiroshi Sugimoto...I could go on for days. Everything/everyone Bauhaus. Modern architecture. Cinema: Terrence Malick, Roger Deakins, Emmanuel Lubezki and the list goes on.
Environment: A home office in Brooklyn.
Philosphy: 1) Work hard. 2) The Golden Rule never fails. 3) "Do something, Do anything." —Sol Lewitt