Business is fast-paced. Dynamic. Pressurized. Intense. Right? Not necessarily... a lot of what I just said is nonsense.
In volatile times like ours, being "busy" is a way to protect your job. If you're up to your neck in work, you must be a vitally important professional... or so some pretend.
Forgive my directness, but dozens, hundreds, or thousands of people running hither and yonder accomplishes little but wearing out many pairs of shoes.
The trick, of course, is to focus on substance rather than appearances. Join forces with others in a coordinated and focused manner. Done properly, such coordination produces extraordinary outcomes.
Even better, when an organization is thriving, people feel secure. They don't worry about their jobs; they focus on results. And they feel comfortable being actual human beings with actual friends and families.
Photograph printed in (not on) high gloss metal. To inquire, please contact me.
About my images...
My photographs capture very simple materials interacting with equally simple light sources (think: a $4 flashlight) to produce what I hope you agree is startling beauty and complexity. My goal is to remind us both that beauty and complexity is all around us; we will realize this if we only slow down and pay attention.
I use a process called dye sublimation to infuse these images into a sheet of aluminum; the image actually becomes one with the metal. The result is striking. The colors pop in an extraordinary manner on the high gloss surface. None of these photographs require additional framing. The metal sheets float slightly away from the wall, thanks to a metal frame behind the actual image.
Every one of my prints is created to order, and I can produce many different sizes according to your preferences. Please contact me for pricing inquiries and other questions.