"My formal education is more about science – statistics, experimental design, and rhetorical theory. So, photography is a way I can exercise my creative side, yet consistent with my background, I look for organization, pattern, or some sense of order in my images. The images represent an on-going study in composition, and how seemingly insignificant elements can come together to form something beautiful or meaningful (not unlike the process of data analysis)."
I was really drawn to the composition, use (or limited use of) colour and the simplicity of these shots. For some reason, despite some of the subject matter being more mundane than magnificent, they are really interesting and find them very appealing. You can see his eye for order and pattern which is evident throughout his portfolio, yet the creativity lifts them out of the ordinary. Although I'm not sure how much is found and how much is actually staged. Either which way, I like them and can see where he is coming from completely.