We met Nick at the Herndon Skate Park, with the idea of a sequencing project. Usually, sequencing images are done with overlaying multiple images to convey motion or a narrative, however, Frank used multiple flashes to create a sequencing strobe effect in a single image.
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On Frank’s recent journey to New York to shoot a wedding at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, he took the opportunity to capture memorable city shots in infrared. Frank stayed at the New York Athletics Club overlooking Central Park where he captured the symbiosis of the urban and the natural, juxtaposing skyscrapers and strikingly textured trees and paths.
Further through Central Park South Frank captured storefronts of high end retailers bringing a strong sense of layering through varying depth of display windows and store interiors and combining reflections of the city through glass.
It’s undeniable how much history every fragment and frame of New York oozes, including the Atlas Statue in front of The Rockefeller Center, which Frank also shot from behind with a view of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Frank’s series of infrareds have a strong focus on populated cityscapes, and juxtaposed play of light to create balanced and dynamic compositions with strong variation in tone, texture, and depth.