Urbanization comprises photographs I made following the route along the Los Angeles River and consider what it gave birth to since its discovery in 1769.
The Aqueducts series depicts major lifelines created to sustain the ever-increasing number of inhabitants in the semi-arid region of Southern California.
The Agriculture series follows the water chain within the farming industry that has been a mainstay of the economy in California since the settlers first arrived.
This series of photographic images profiles the California Beef industry and is offered up to the viewer as an entree into one of the basic food groups.
The photographs depict the transfigured landscapes that host some of the extraction and production facilities of the oil and natural gas industry.
This series features active, reclaimed and abandoned mines and their saturated and seductive aesthetics that often mask toxic agents associated with mining.
This series comprises images of a natural terminus, known as the Owens Lake, on whose Eastern shores still sits the little soda processing town of Keeler.
This is the final installment of the Mulholland's Gold project, which looks at two cities, Palm Springs and Salton City, that compete for water from the Colorado River.
Consumer demand for a lifestyle of convenience, continues to put a strain on the natural resources that may break the delicate links of the water chain in California.
The never-ending accumulation of specific objects and their unintended visual consequences, set within one of the largest seaports in the world.