I took a stroll through downtown Ann Arbor the other night, and amid the rabble and rush of returning students I found this cellist in a quiet corner of town lost in the echoes of his instrument, its melodies a welcome sound against the noise of the night.
When my friend Troy Ross of Rough Cut Designs asked me to take pictures of his last installation, I jumped at the chance. Troy makes closets and lighting systems with re-purposed car parts, black piping, and other materials. The effect and function are fabulous. As a photographer, the challenge was making images that really captured the product in such a small space. But such challenges are exactly what we like here at Swift Creek. By the way, you can find Rough Cut on instagram if like what you see.