As an artist the most important thus the most difficult thing is to find your unique voice. A vision and style that is truly yours. We were challenged to do that with an exercise to take a series of pictures of the Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. Probably the most photographed building in the whole California. No wonder. It's an amazingly unique and beautiful piece of architecture that offers delicious and surprising lines, details and materials to examine for everyone who views it. No corner is the same.
Still, it seemed impossible to get to an angle that no one else would've gotten before. Until I started to think Who am I as a photographer? I wouldn't say an architecture photographer. What would I say then? What would I take pictures of? And from there, the pictures found themselves. Small details, ordinary but beautiful. That's what my Disney Concert Hall looked like.