Simple, minimal, spartan – words that convey the idea of distilling life to its essence. I love Mari Kondo’s philosophy: hold onto that which brings you joy, and remove the rest from your life. The same holds for creating images, no matter what the medium.
I have always loved airports because they represent the gateway to the world. Over the years I've made a habit of trying to capture an image of every airport I've visited. While I've missed quite a few, I've also captured quite a few.
The Shaler North Hills Library, just north of the city of Pittsburgh, has been our gracious host for Art & Inspiration International for many years. This 2016 essay explores the beauty of this place. (Sony ⍺6000, Leica D109)