I’ve been making photocollages for decades, pioneering in multiple-image panoramic photography, spanning a variety of urban and natural landscapes. Some are literal depictions, some more like visual maps, but I most enjoy creating quasi-surreal photographic landscapes. Exploring Google Earth is a natural next step for this work. I was initially drawn to the seemingly endless array of locations and imagery available. However, what sparked inspiration in the longer run is the exploration of what I’ll call ‘glitch points’ - the surprising non-representational digital no-mans land that lurks at the edges of the Google Earth software’s rendering capabilities. These works explore and exploit this rich digital landscape and result in unexpected images that possess their own eccentric logic and beauty.