, based in New York City, creates his colorful and soulful works of art by dropping paint into water, then "watching the process evolve while taking photos," he tells us.
Of course it's not as simple as capturing the moment and moving on: The photographs seen in this piece and on are actually the "random surprises," as he puts it. "I am approaching a total of 10,000 high resolution photographs, of which only about a 100 are of interest for printing."
Perhaps that's what's so magical about the images. They're not simply creative ideas, caught on film, they're the result of painstakingly capturing, waiting, editing, and appraising images, waiting for the right ones to strike the right emotion.
Click through to see a few more of our favorites. Plus, if you're in New York, you can see his work in person at Waterhouse & Dodd Gallery, in 958 Madison Ave, New York, from April 1 – May 6;for more information.