His Arizona Landscapes did something for me, coming from Ansel Adams and his way of seeing landscapes. Just the fact that he excluded the sky and used a different angle made me stop and look a second time, trying to figure the photographs.

He seems to come somewhere "in-between" art and photography, a mixed-media artist with a sometimes abstract and introspective view of things. It has taken time for me to digest his works, but his landscapes and some of his paper cuts is really great stuff. The "Virgin and Child, St. Anne and Infant St. John" photograph reminds me of a "found objects" idea (such as Marcel Duchamps). The word "remix" comes to mind; he seemed to be aiming for making something new out of old and worn-out stuff. And some of it, just for doing it.