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My efforts as a creative photographer started with the Abstract series. The majority of my abstracts focus on very precise lines with a great deal of color, shapes, and movement. Las Vegas served as a great location for many images.
Images in this series come from very simple objects and building structures, pieces of glass and metal on a studio floor, inside of corporate offices, a large video display in a casino in Vegas which was part of a tour of "A Million Dollar Home" on HGTV and being part of dance rehearsals. All these different subjects have one theme in common and that is COLOR, SHAPES, and MOVEMENT.
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