Clay Harmon is now a resident of Asheville, North Carolina after spending thirty years in the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Texas. While he is a geophysicist by training and vocation, he has been making photographic art since the seventies. He became interested in 19th century printing processes in the nineties and has mastered platinum/palladium printing, gum bichromate and polymer photogravure. His affinity for geometry expresses itself in his artistic interest in urban architecture. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Indiana University.
“I have always been fascinated by things that hide in plain sight. The accidental and unintentional combination of architectural geometry and light sometimes found in mundane locations such as urban parking garages has been my fertile and unexpected muse for the last fifteen years.”