I was born in Laredo, Texas in 1967. In 1990 I enrolled at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and studied dramatic writing. In 1993 I wrote and directed an 80-minute videofilm titled Low Fidelity High that was awarded a Silver Hugo at the Chicago Film Festival.
In January of 1996, while walking along the West Side Highway, I chanced upon a reflection of the World Trade Center that triggered my journey into the world of reflected light. In September of 1997, with the help of Icelandic dynamic directing duo The Snorri Brothers, I directed the music video "Summer" for scottish band, Mogwai.
While the rest of my story can be pieced together from the images and videos on this site, it is worth mentioning that a sub plot of my photographic concerns the vast archive of pictures of the World Trade Center that I shot in the days immediately preceding September 11th, 2001. That story can be found in my 25-minute documentary, The Tower Age.
MoMA: Abstract Currents
A selection of 1-minute, water-based abstract videos that were shown on April 7th, 2013 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
A 10-minute video exploring the interplay of water, light, and architecture. "Harpa Reflected" was exhibited at Iceland's Harpa Concert Hall during the 2013 Sonar Festival in Reykjavík.
375 Park Avenue New
Twelve videos, shot in April of 2013, documenting the abstract wonderland that resides in the fountain in the shadows of one of New York's legendary midtown skyscrapers--the Seagram Building.
Reflected Light: 1996-2012
Twenty images documenting my photographic journey across the landscape of reflected light--an exploration that was triggered by a puddle shot of the World Trade Center in January of 1996.