• Alpine Palms
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Ladies of the Lake
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Land of the Lost
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Almost
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Furry Forest
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Feathers Before Flight
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Union
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Burn Zone
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Enchanted
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"
    • Aspen Rising
    • Multi Layerprinting on PVC
    • 42" x 30" or 54" x 40"

Artist Statement

Zoom / Why did we stop smelling the roses? Are there suddenly so many roses that we’ve stopped appreciating them, or did we just stop stopping. This impressionistic photography dramatizes the beauty of nature through the lens of our increasingly short attention spans. Photography is said to capture a moment in time—this work defies that convention. Familiar subjects linger but soften like partially formed memories. Jeff pioneered a printing technique to create relief and a painterly texture, and designed substantial white lacquer frames that help define this series.

Artist Bio

Jeff formally emerged as a fine artist in 2009. His work remained personal since art school, focusing instead on a career in design and advertising. Starting in Chicago at DMB&B then Frankel, today he is Creative Director/Partner at SRG, an internationally recognized branding and innovation firm in Boulder Colorado. He has created award-winning work across industries and media, and has partnered with some of the nation’s top commercial artists and photographers.

Jeff’s fine art photography can vary so much from project to project that it can be hard to see a common thread. He explores not only ideas and techniques but every aspect of the production and presentation. He’s debated the merits of defining a more singular style with collectors and curators, but prefers to remain in a state of invention—perhaps the result of a profession that requires a fresh idea every day.

Selected Exhibitions

Eyecandy / Gallery H / NYC / 2009

Eyecandy / Jadite Gallery / NYC / 2010

Eyecandy / Space Gallery / Denver / 2011

Group Show / Space Gallery / Denver / 2012

Fuse / Sync Gallery / Denver 2012

Group Show / Sync Gallery / Denver / 2012

Group Show / Space Gallery / Denver / 2013

Zoom / Sync Gallery / Denver 2013

Group Show / Space Gallery / Denver / 2014

Awards

Jeff’s work has been exhibited in NYC and Denver. Select images and series have received recognition in the following prestigious contests and publications: Photography Masters Cup International Awards, Graphis, The London International Creative Awards, Communication Arts Photography Annual, International Spider Awards, and The Art Directors Club Photography Awards.