This photograph is part of my project on Italian buildings in Milan from the Novecento period (see Apertura22.com). Cloud structures like those in the photograph are quite rare in Milan. When I saw the clouds in the morning I called the office to take the day off work and went up to the top of Milan’s Duomo to make what I hoped would be an interesting photograph.
I was born in Canada and grew up in Canada and England. I studied Mechanical Engineering in England and in France before moving to Paris where I worked as an Engineer. I then moved to Rome to learn Italian before moving to Milan, where I currently live and work. I use both Large Format wooden cameras and digital cameras for my photography. I am quietly content with the balance in old and new technologies: wood, leather, darkcloth, counting exposures, GPS, histograms, ETTR. With a digital camera you can go almost anywhere to take photographs but heavier, less travel friendly, Large Format cameras keep architecture straight, an important aspect of much of my city photography (see Apertura22.com).