Piece description from the artist
I've always been fascinated with sea debris. Where did it come from and where is it going? What life has this object since seen? This barnacle encrusted buoy has the best seat in the house, gazing over the fading glow of the Boston skyline, resting, for the next leg of its journey elsewhere.
Photography is never about learning to use a camera; but rather, learning how to see.
Though the photographs themselves may not reflect it, influences in style come from the mid-century modern era of design. This clean, sleek and efficient philosophy is what drives his work.
In addition, Matthew David Brown's 25+ year music career has also spawned a tremendous amount of enthusiasm in his work, and much like music, everything is about composition in his photography. David tries to use a minimal amount of post-processing in order to maintain the original spirit of the piece.
Candid moments, no matter how small and insignificant, are what drives him. The little things in life—and the overall vision—should drive you, as well.