I love the immediacy and the honesty of street photography. The unpredictability of it. There’s so much room there and so much freedom. There are so many possibilities, so many configurations and juxtapositions. There’s so much movement… nothing stays the same for long. You have to be quick and alert. You have to pay attention and be open to what’s in front of you. I'm constantly intrigued and inspired by the shapes, the angles, the shadows, the gestures, the way things line up, the way people are with one another, the way people can be surrounded by so many others but look stunningly alone. The way there is such extraordinary beauty – and humor - in the most mundane of moments. The way some people are rushing and not noticing. The way people connect with others – even if for just a split second, the way some people reveal their joy openly. Or their sorrow or their pain. Sailors, New York, 2017Man in Cellar, New York, 2016Waterfront Park, PortlandWhitney Museum, New York, 2017Single Bird, Portland, Oregon, 2017Eclipse, Portland, Oregon, 2017Rope, Bogota, 2017Grocery Cart, Kansas City, Missouri, 2017Dominoes, New York, 2016Man in Window, New York, 2016Bus, New York, 2016Two Men, New York, 2016Hassidic Jew, New York, 2015NW Hoyt St., Portland, 2012SW Taylor St,. Portland, 2012Two Figures, Waterfront Park, Portland, 2012West Burnside St., Portland, 2012Skateboard, SW Broadway, Portland, 2013South Broadway, Portland, Oregon, 2013Wedding, SW 3rd Avenue, Portland, 2012Three Figures, Waterfront Park, Portland, 2012Bus Station, Portland, 2012Union Station, Portland, 2012Bus Station, Portland, 2012Store Window, New York, 2016Raindrops, Bogota, 2017Sidewalk, Portland, 2018Bubble Floating Over the Grand Palace, Madrid, 2019