As a two-time Emmy Award Winner and 6-time nominee, I have been an innovator creating images that I have shared over half a billion times. As covid kept many of us at home I found time to experiment with images in new ways. The results are here and I am sharing them as NFT's. I love to innovate!
As you may know my fascination with color texture and motion has been a lifelong interest that I have pursued using many different tools and techniques. The most interesting part of this iterated fractal rendering is the amount of detail that a simple series of mathematical formulas can create. I always have been an advocate of creating things with my hands however creating things with your brain can also lead to some amazing art. There is no way that the detail produced in these digital images could be created with a canvas and brush. If you look at the pictures in the galleries below, you will see the images that I have created entirely using math as the base to create shapes, textures, and colors. My full resolution images can be printed at over 6 feet across without a problem. You can zoom into these images that often have filesize over 500 MB. I will be dropping new images every week please enjoy them and get one while you can. I will share more of my story on the site soon. The detail of my images are amazing. It is impressive that it is a random mathematically generated, iterated calculation of a digital set of formulas, created art in a way that we have never seen. Each of my works are a one of one and some include unlockable prints of up to 6 feet in size.
In short, I have been fortunate to have had wonderful experiences filming around the world with a huge collection of talented people. We created films that changed the world. Some of our work saved children. My team was able to save millions of greyhounds, and dolphins too. This is a link to a film that saved dolphins from tuna nets.
As a Cinematographer and compulsive observer, I have always shared clips that conveyed the beauty of the world around me. Michio Kaku called my work Science porn when he watched my match burn. I had over 2 million views in the first 10 days. Here is an interview I did for a TV show about that clip and my career.
The world of galleries has become content with fine art photographs. Photos totally created in a computer with the aid of actual photos as elements. We have tools now that allow people to create great works of art that express feelings and emotions while others not so much. Now we can do the same with video clips, turning them into art to
The world of galleries has become content with fine art photographs. Photos totally created in a computer with the aid of actual photos as elements. We have tools now that allow people to create great works of art that express feelings and emotions while others not so much. Now we can do the same with video clips, turning them into art to fill living rooms as well as board rooms. I never expected that to be a market for my work...thankyou NFT's. This clip sold out.