Piece description from the artist
Typically an untraveled spot adjacent to the ferry in Oak Bluffs, the nearby beach contains old remnants of previous piers left to deteriorate on shore. Juxtaposition has always found a way into my pictures and it should also be noted that I did not plan this shot at all…it was quite some luck.
Christopher Gallo is a Boston artist working with architecture, design and photography.
After earning a degree in architecture from Northeastern University, Chris began a career in architecture that eventually led him to graphic design and branding. His travels to Rome in 2008 inspired him to explore photography, which also served his design capabilities. This past year, he completed his first residential design project for a newly-purchased home in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Chris is currently developing his own brand, "Gallo Lt. Design":http://galloltdesign.com, and working with branding and identity, logos, photography, web products and other creative projects.