Mushrooms have always mesmerized me; their pleated textures, graceful shapes and muted tints. These photos are from a series that highlights their translucent and elegant properties.
Butterflies flutter in a dense repeat resulting in a striking vertical stripe design.
A deliciously rich colour roll.
It’s so satisfying capturing exquisite colour and light fusions in a split second. The first 2 shots were taken from a moving vehicle softening both textures and tints. The 3rd while walking during a stormy night in NYC. #nofiltersneeded
A lush backdrop for a pair of birthday shoes ;)
Saturated colours - inspired in part by the flamingos at Sea World - in a dense, large leaf repeat camouflaging a few rain-forest inhabitants.
Metal flatware midway through production share the same violent pink hues as a flat of fish displayed in the market.
The geodesic dome of Spaceship Earth at EPCOT. One of my happy places.
Densely packed poppy pods explode with colour in this psychedelic print.
The blurred countryside between London and Amsterdam.
The sidewalk outside of MOMA provided the content, and Horst the inspiration, for this mirrored tile design.
A stark and asymmetrical grid design found on a very snowy trek in Kelowna.
Pop Toile takes a classic toile out for a pop art spin.
Flat areas of saturated colour give the traditional pastoral scene a bold and contemporary interpretation.
A verdant palette in stained glass is grounded with a terracotta wood frame.
My ode to Alexander McQueen.
Garden Party is a painterly tonal print of butterflies and bugs that flit, fly and crawl amongst a garden of roses, peonies and violets.