Monuments is an on-going photography series in which I photograph images of large buildings throughout the world.
Monuments explores the boundary between the real and imaginary. Architecture gets reduced to a series of lines and shapes. Shadows are removed, and space becomes flat. I have spent more than three months on each image; all images are taken with a long telephoto lens and composited togtether to create a single, wide angle shot that depicts the entire buidling, in technicolor. The resulting images are so rich in teture and detail, that you can look at every brick, nook and cranny; if you look closer still and peer into the windows, you will see the lives that move within.