'Empire State of Mind' series, 'Integral Lens' project

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Fort Point, Boston

Fort Point, Boston

Riverwalk, Chicago

Riverwalk, Chicago

Skyline, New York

Skyline, New York

Waterfront, Seattle

Waterfront, Seattle

Civic Center Plaza, Denver

Civic Center Plaza, Denver

Lo Presti Park, Boston

Lo Presti Park, Boston

Skyline, Chicago

Skyline, Chicago

International Fountain, Seattle

International Fountain, Seattle

South Beach, Miami

South Beach, Miami

Skyline, Chicago

Skyline, Chicago

Lo Presti Park, Boston

Lo Presti Park, Boston

Riverwalk, Chicago

Riverwalk, Chicago

Charles River, Boston

Charles River, Boston

EXPO Center, Seattle

EXPO Center, Seattle

Maverick Landing, Boston

Maverick Landing, Boston

Malibu Pier, California

Malibu Pier, California

Highway 101, Los Angeles

Highway 101, Los Angeles

South Beach, Miami

South Beach, Miami

Embarcadero, San Francisco

Embarcadero, San Francisco

Bay Bridge, San Francisco

Bay Bridge, San Francisco

Aquatic Bay, San Francisco

Aquatic Bay, San Francisco

Black Point Park, San Francisco

Black Point Park, San Francisco

Charles River esplanade, Boston

Charles River esplanade, Boston

Bloomingdale Trail, Chicago

Bloomingdale Trail, Chicago

South Beach, Miami

South Beach, Miami

Fort Point Bridge, Boston

Fort Point Bridge, Boston

Belle Isle, Miami

Belle Isle, Miami

Bay Bridge, San Francisco

Bay Bridge, San Francisco

Lincoln Center, New York

Lincoln Center, New York

Chelsea piers, New York

Chelsea piers, New York

Holland Tunnel, New York

Holland Tunnel, New York

Charles River, Boston

Charles River, Boston

Bellagio, Las Vegas

Bellagio, Las Vegas

Yerba Buena, San Francisco

Yerba Buena, San Francisco

South Beach, Miami

South Beach, Miami

Lincoln parking, Miami Beach

Lincoln parking, Miami Beach

Edgewater, Seattle

Edgewater, Seattle

Pancoast Lake, Miami Beach

Pancoast Lake, Miami Beach

Contemporary Arts, Chicago

Contemporary Arts, Chicago

Jane's Carousel, New York

Jane's Carousel, New York

Tennessee river, Knoxville

Tennessee river, Knoxville

East River Esplanade, New York

East River Esplanade, New York

Ferry Plaza, San Francisco

Ferry Plaza, San Francisco

Lovejoy Wharf, Boston

Lovejoy Wharf, Boston

East River, New York

East River, New York

Skyline, Chicago

Skyline, Chicago

Charles River, Boston

Charles River, Boston

Navy Pier, Chicago

Navy Pier, Chicago

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Gardens of the Gods, Colorado

Gardens of the Gods, Colorado

Joshua Tree Park, California

Joshua Tree Park, California

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay Park, California

Monterey Bay Park, California

Big Sur, California

Big Sur, California

Joshua Tree Park, California

Joshua Tree Park, California

Morro bay, California

Morro bay, California

Malibu Hills Park, California

Malibu Hills Park, California

Joshua Tree Park, California

Joshua Tree Park, California

Pfeiffer beach, Big Sur

Pfeiffer beach, Big Sur

Big Sur, California

Big Sur, California

Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, New York

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, New York

Red Rocks, Denver

Red Rocks, Denver

Santa Barbara, California

Santa Barbara, California

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Pacific Grove, Monterey Bay

Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

Windriver, Tennessee

Windriver, Tennessee

Experiencing the vastness of the American landscape and cityscapes, I am reminded of Rem Koolhaas ‘Bigness’: “Beyond a certain scale, architecture acquires the properties of Bigness. The best reason to broach Bigness is the one given by climbers of Mount Everest: “because it is there.” Bigness is ultimate architecture.” The coupling of urban with rural locations reflects the dominant dichotomy of contemporary living, while the 2x1 format follows the panoramic feeling of the open vistas. 

With this series the scale is broadened to scenes from urban and suburban parts of the visited locations, in search of the iconic and the genius loci. Images presenting characteristic and unique features of landmark places, unapologetic of their strong presence, inviting us to connect - be it for a reason, for a season or for a lifetime.

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