Both Steve and Jennifer have a love of photography. Steve started out as an architectural photographer but then decided to pursue a more creative path. After briefly utilizing a 50 foot tripod, he moved on to suspending a camera from a kite to take aerial photographs of coastlines and interesting landscapes. His images were colorful and uniquely abstract. Jennifer has been enjoying her hobby of photography for many years and her travels have taken her to beautiful places around the world where she enjoyed her love of photographing animals. Together, they share in this experience finding beauty in their surroundings. The foxgloves above were found on a 2019 road trip in Canada and the swallowtail butterfly visited them in their driveway of their old home in Thornton, CO. A leaf in fall piqued Steve's interest in the delicate details of nature close by. The current artistic process involves both wood burning and transfer. Jennifer found a love of wood burning working on the wood elements of their bus. Jennifer gently allows the wood to express itself by first taking a butane torch lightly to the wood . She then utilizes a conductive burning method to create the random darker paths around the edge of the images. Steve prints the image onto a clear film and then coats the wood with an alcohol based solution. This solution pulls the image onto the wood where it fits perfectly among the slightly burned elements of the wood. No two pieces are ever the same. Please keep visiting this page as we will be updating it with new artwork as it is created.