While studying photography at the University of Georgia, I developed a love for the subject of architectural history and was very interested in trying to record images of structures that I was drawn to. Photographically, I was inspired by pictures of the cathedrals of England and France that Frederick Evans produced around the turn of the last century. His approach to abstraction and the sensitivity that he showed toward the power of light and shade in these buildings was something that I strived to emulate.
Washington National Cathedral and other architectural monuments in Washington, DC; the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, Georgia and One Suntrust Plaza and the High Museum of Art as designed by Richard Meir, in Atlanta, are among the buildings represented in this group of images.
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