"Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized." -Daniel Burnham
Being from Chicago, I've had the opportunity to appreciate and study some of the most important architectural landmarks in the world. Then as as I grew to reach my artistic potential, the city became a dynamic canvas that challenged my perception of light and form. Today, I am fascinated by the diversity of architecture, and landscape architecture that exist, and how architects can release their ethos into an extremely complex physical form.
There are many aspects of architecture that I like to capture. The form. The materials. The surrounding cityscape. But in any case I tend to accentuate geometric aspects of the architecture, as well as its interaction with nature and the light / weather conditions that hit it.