Computational Photography is a limited edition book of photographs and essays–ten years of photographs, and a year and a half of refining and designing the book itself. Printed using a high-resolution offset printing technology, the pages have a immediacy you usually only feel with the prints themselves. The essays, intended to point the direction rather than attempt to “explain” the images, range over a variety of topics, from space exploration to navel battles, from Ansel Adams to fear of flying, yet all integrate with each other, often directly so. An innovative use of varnish on the pages of the book–I have never seen this done before, ever–offers yet another layer of meaning, in this case quite literally.
Copies purchased through this web site will be signed and will be delivered within the United States free of charge.
I have exhibited my work all of my adult life and my work is in several private collections as well as in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, one of the premiere photograph collections in the world. This is my first book.
9×12 inches, 240 pages (157 gsm), hardcover with dust jacket, signed. Coming December 2019.
Preview: Images below taken from an unbound proof.