This ongoing body of work explores the time-space relationship of the world as viewed from the confines of my car during my commutes across the Bay Bridge. In an extension of my need to productively fill time on long commutes, I was struck by the architectural forms for the Bay Bridge and how they transform when captured traveling down the road at 50 miles per hour.
All of the images are random acts, photographed, but not composed. Choosing from the results of the camera’s capture becomes the creative act, in this case post-visualization rather than pre-visualization. As I review, thousands of images captured, I find a few jewels.