I am interested in how man interacts and struggles to fit in to the urban and natural landscape. The landscape photographs I produced in Los Angeles between 1996 and 2000, that became my first book, Angels in Fall, (2001) often show a solitary figure from a distance in an urban landscape. A man in the middle of a city, finds rest and shelter from a rainstorm under an orange plastic tarp. Man has shaped an environment that appears intricate and of insurmountable complexity, yet a distant view suggests his fragile role and inconsequential attempt to order the world into a secure home.
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