Winter in Chicago exposes the city. The trees which give volume, shade and color in Summer are laid bare in Winter. Extremely exquisite and exquisitely extreme.
My father lent me his SLR when I was 15. I never returned it and I never leave home without a camera. There are so many elements which capture my eye. Walking through the city on my way to work, catching the sun’s afternoon reflections on my living room wall, the shapes and lines created by architecture and pieces of the natural environment.
Selected by Carol McCusker, Curator of Photography at the Harn Museum of Art.