Piece description from the artist
This photograph was taken as part of James Campbell's ongoing "Tops" project where he takes pictures of the interesting anomalies found at the tops of buildings. His fascination with symmetry and architecture started from his work at Catholic University of America's School of Architecture where he studied at prior to doing a 4 year tour in the Air Force.
James Campbell is a Washington DC-based artist who specializes in photography and graphic design. Last year, he founded "InstantDC":http://instantdc.com/, a non-profit that curates and showcases the best new art that DC has to offer. His current project is "DGBTR.com":http://dgbtr.com/, a website dedicated to polaroid instant photography from around Rockville, Maryland.
James' photographic style is post-minimalist reductional surrealism, which focuses on places and things rather than people. Where people are present in his photographs, they are part of a larger pattern, not the main subject. Or are they?