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Farmboy Fine Arts
Suite 500 – 319 West Hastings
Vancouver , BC, Canada, V6B 1H6
T: +1 604 699 2466
T: +1 877 302 3232
F: +1 604 609 2699
I am a regional landscape and nature photographer whose work is rooted more in artistic expression than technical perfection. I mostly shoot with prime lenses using only natural light — without a tripod. My technique is simple: walks, woodland hikes, country drives, five lenses, and four cameras (a Nikon D7200, Nikon D3200, and Galaxy S7). Most recently I started shooting film using a 1981 Canon AE1 P and 50mm 1.4 lens. My film work is identified as such in the image tags.
I am inspired mostly by natural surroundings. That’s not to say I shoot nature because I love it (although that is true). I shoot nature and landscapes because, living in a rural area, these are available to me every day. I feel it is important to explore and record the beauty of the Midwest that is often so easily overlooked.
My work has been published in the literary magazine Fifth Wednesday Journal, and one of my images was featured in the National Wetland Ceremony Award program in Washington, D.C. In October 2014, my landscape ‘Wisconsin Wheat Field’ was featured at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin. I also show locally and have taken part in several national juried competitions.
I feel it is the photographer’s job to record and share the world they inhabit, natural or otherwise. I hope my work reflects the Midwest and reveals a bit of myself personally, as well.
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