For decades, I've written down ideas as to what I will do just in case I have the chance. I've always had a backlog of ideas. And when I did not have the resources to execute big ideas, I simply went to work shooting whatever good subject matter that I could find.
Aesthetic refinement remains a major priority. I feel the need to continue building an archive that will move viewers and endear collectors on a wide scale. But even today, when things are starting to bust loose like never before, I remain focused on expanding my photography, rather than on promoting my huge archive of existing works. I've decided that I will continue shooting more and more pictures while showcasing only the best of them as works for sale to collectors.
My photography will remain diverse. But most importantly, I have a long list of photo art projects that I have wanted to execute for years. I hope to continue expanding my work with aspiring art models and artistic human subjects. I want to continue working with them mainly on location in great urban and rustic environments.
I plan to continue working with photo art nude models, both outside and inside the overworked sensual theme. I have always wanted to work with nude models in a human photojournalism context in urban and industrial environments, in rustic environments and in nature, in airplane junkyards and in places where most people would never expect. I am not very much interested in creating steamy fantasies. I am more interested in creating works with psychological dynamic.
Psychological dynamic will likely be a central theme in most of my art photography. I think that I will always love surrealism and certain veins of pop art. And so I hope to execute some great photo art involving some unusual and contrroversal concepts.
In addition to art photography and human photojournalism, I plan to maintain an interest in nature photography. I want to continue photographing nature as a heavenly environment. I'd like to photograph some of the foggy islands and shores of New England for instance.
I want to work with models in the urban environment. I also plan to make the city itself my subject material. And I plan to do human photojournalism there. I also plan to do art nudes in unusual New York locations just as I do them in Colorado. And my passion for great urban skylines has long had New York on the agenda.
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