Staged Narratives, Macro & Miniatures & Small Worlds
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Small Worlds is an ongoing series of landscape images conceived as panoramas and realized as stereographic projections that meet, end to end, to make a whole “world ” — a slice of space and time. From a vantage point of a given landscape, I convey scale, juxtaposition, light and color to see a place from where I stand — and to be enveloped by it.
Incorporating math, nature, landscape, and human perception, Small Worlds allows me to skew and wrap the landscape into a circle that gives a sense of miniaturizing and humanizing the vastness of place and space at the ground level. Distractions, view-blocking, distance and other elements in a given landscape provide surprises and wonder in the final images. Fibonacci and the Golden Section can become obvious in the disconnect of spaces within some of these landscapes.
These Small World images are best viewed very large as there are fine details in each piece deserve a closer look.
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The doors, sculptures, inflatable, walkways and gates are iconic in the Indian Canyons Neighborhood of Palm Springs. “That Pink Door” is very famous on social media. The inflatables change frequently This is a fun image made out of 6 separate photographs.
Saguaro Hotel Splash House
The Saguaro Hotel in Palm Springs is one of the most colorful structure in the Coachella Valley. This image is made up of over 10 photographs during the “Splash House” party that goes on twice a year in our desert community. This photograph captures the unique perspective of the Hotel and surrounding palm trees.
Palm Springs Sign, Green Grass Heart
This iconic Palm Springs sign welcomes visitors before they go to the Visitor’s Center. This image, made up of about 10 photos, has the unexpected, but wonderful surprise of a “grass heart.” The Tram runs in the San Jacinto Mountains in the distance. This spot is a great place to stop and enjoy the views.
Salvation Mountain. Niland, CA.
Salvation Mountain was created by Leonard Knight. This image, “Love is Universal,” is created with about 10 photographs. To learn more see their website: http://www.salvationmountain.us/
Joshua Tree Rocks
High Line, Standard Hotel, Hudson River, NYC
The Standard Hotel busts the picture frame while the High Line is hiding below. The Hudson River, and a cluster of buildings fill out the frame. This is about 12 photos in one.
Bushwick, Brooklyn Rooftop with Manhattan Skyline
This image includes about 12 photographs. On top of a popular (for fashion shoots) Bushwick, Brooklyn building I captured the intense graffiti and structures on the building with the Manhattan skyline in the distance.
Graffiti in Brooklyn, NY and San Diego, CA
Graffiti Faces, Bushwick, Brooklyn
Graffiti color explosion, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Graffiti, Planes, Colors, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Roberta's Restaurant, Brooklyn
Filter Coffee, San Diego
Miniatures & Cowboys
Toy soldiers, indians, chefs and babies.
Horse & Rider
Let Me Out!
Secretary Under the Gun
ToyLand is a series of miniature figurines in various predicaments.
This series, Heads, is based on local models matched with miniature plastic animal heads.
New England contractor with plastic buck head.
Orange jacket, raccoon cap, plastic hare head
Irish lad, green overalls, plastic seal head
Yogi Sheep Head
Yogi, green ball yarn, pose, plastic sheep head
The New York World’s Fair of 1964/1965 celebrated its 50th anniversary on April 22, 2014. The theme of the Fair was “Peace Through Understanding,” dedicated to “Man’s Achievement on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe.” In this body of work Taylor creates a Fair that could have existed by creating and photographing dioramas and miniatures using toys and objects that time period and that relate to fair themes.
The memorable icons that Taylor remembers seeing and experiencing at the Fair include the Unisphere, UniRoyal Tire’s gondolas, the Antique Car Ride and the Bel-Gem waffles. In this series of images Taylor explores some other ideas of rides and attractions that would never have passed muster in the dusty, smoke-filled Fair Committee rooms of the late 1950’s and early 60’s.
Inifinity Town is based around figure-8 railroad tracks. The residents and creatures are stuck here. They do their best to live in this strange town but sometimes it can get a little dicey. The Town has it all: A church that performs gay weddings, a polluted lake, a mountain overlook, a graveyard with giant squirrels, a toxic dump, decommissioned gas station, trailer parks, a broken train car sculpture park, and of course, trains. The only way anyone has left Infinity Town was by the last Shuttle.
CAUTION: Some inanimate, plastic figurine "adult" content.
Based on the TV show "Breaking Bad," these locals are dumping toxic waste near the train tracks at the far end of Infinity Town.
CandyLand is a place of colorful, sweet and delicious confections. Minesweeping Candydrops, Gumdrop Painter, Ribbon Candy Chef, Gigantic Lollipop and Neccos are just some of the sweet photographs in the portfolio.