The blinding light at the top of the rabbit hole.
Tom Sliter began moving his photography from hobby to fine art 3 years ago, concentrating on black and white. Among his earliest inspirations were the works of Ansel Adams and the Westons for their mastery of composition and the subtleties of grayscale and Margaret Bourke-White for the boldness and beauty she portrayed in man’s creations.
One of his current projects examines the way light interacts with man-made objects. He also enjoys marine photography.
Associate Artist, Torpedo Factory Artists Assoc. (juried), Alexandria, VA,and numerous juried...