When we look around, our senses are being saturated with tremendous amount of visual information. As a neuroscientist, I am interested to know how our brain organizes such a complex visual input into unified objects separated from a background. This site, however, is about photography. As an artist, I want to use these remarkable abilities of the brain to achieve maximal impact of my photography on the viewer’s experience.
Photography occupies a special place in my heart since I was a kid running around with a small film camera. My photographic experience is a combination of self education, workshops, classes and hours spent taking photos and developing them in a digital or real dark room (yes, I am that old).
As a fine art photographer, my goal is to capture the essence of the world around me and present it in a way that is both beautiful and thought-provoking. If I asked to describe in one word my art works, this word would be “simplicity”. In my opinion, basic shapes, lines and curves, complimentary color schemes can have a deep emotional impact by stimulating the viewer’s active role in experiencing the photograph. Whether I'm shooting landscapes, portraits, or still lifes, I approach each project with a sense of curiosity and a desire to see the world in a new and meaningful way. Through my art, I hope to inspire others to see the world with fresh eyes and to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us every day.
Located at Wynnewood, PA, I am serving Philadelphia, Main Line and western suburbs. I specialize in fine art and portraiture. In addition, I am a certified remote pilot, using my drone for aerial photography and videography. I am an active member of the Main Line Art Center, and Main Line Camera Club. My works are periodically exhibited at local and international exhibitions.