Visual with depth

architecture photography, black and white photography, street photography

I never aspire to create something that’s just visually interesting. I don’t create to make things like Avatar. My work has depth but each photo has different meanings to different people. 

One must look inside

To realize

What they are always had

Is more than what they sought

Forget asking outside

Look to inside of yourself

You have the solution

Just ponder for a while

And you shall overcome any trial

My Work, My Voice

architecture photography, black and white photography, interior architecture

I find it difficult to talk about my emotions. I create my poetry, photography, stories, and paintings for myself. I create what I like and I have to remember that every single day. Each piece of work I do has a piece of my heart, regardless of how it is viewed. My work matters to me, it represents who I truly am. Each line is like a scream from inside of em that no one around me can hear. You can ignore me or praise me. I don’t care, my creations are for me. 

Walking away from Validation

black and white photography, street photography

Seeking validation has been a titanic problem for me. I’m taking measures to simply not worry about numbers. I set up a schedule to upload and when I am not doing that my phone is off. Numbers are just numbers! It’s hard, yet I want to continue to eliminate it from my life. I’m only uploading content that matters to me and that’s all. My work is my voice, so you can absorb it or ignore it. As long as I put it out there into the world no opinion matters more than mine. 

Stay fresh,

David

The Unexpected

architecture photography, street photography

People will either wait for you to finish taking a shot or they will simply walk into your shot. I prefer the latter but I respect both. I enjoy adding a human element to my photography regardless of the main subject is a piece of architecture.