Author Archives: Craig

About Craig

I have a passion to create, and I'm fascinated with the tools and technologies of creativity. I strive to produce images that are graphically simple and technically precise in order to render beautiful photographic fine art prints. I work with a variety of digital transformations to create a finished image that reflects my artistic interpretation.

Star Trails on a Moonlit Night

I’m always fascinated by star trails. It’s amazing to me how much the stars actually move across the sky even though they seem to be standing still. This image shows their progress in one hour on a cold November night … Continue reading

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An Ode to Jackson Pollock

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The Model’s Message is More Powerful than the Image

I love collaborating with models and other artists to create fine art photography and this is a fantastic example of why I love the process so much. This model’s insight into this  photograph completely changed how I think and feel about the … Continue reading

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Emerging

Post processing in Photoshop is a significant part of my artistic process. I use my camera and photographic skills to record a scene as it appears but it never seems to truly capture my vision. For that I turn to tools … Continue reading

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You Know the Drill

Another antique tool from my father’s tool box – a brace and bit set. The brace has the date “December 30, 1884” and was manufactured by the “Peck Stow & Wilcox Co” and is marked as “Patented Sept 13, 1881.”

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