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People say that familiarity breeds contempt; when something becomes too well known, it becomes easy to overlook. I've lived in Brooklyn, NY for a few years and I don't want the landscape to become mundane. In my work, I combine aspects of New York architecture and mapping in unusual ways hoping that I can continue to view it with fresh eyes. Organic elements found within the city or pulled from my memory of a childhood in the rural south are also incorporated in order to emphasize the strength and ingenuity of the geometric steel and brick structures.
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