My first photo sculptures grew out of a reflection of branches I saw on the rear glass of the car in front of me. The gray sky made the car glass into a mirror reflecting the trees overhead. Driving is a transparent print of branches on the rear glass of an old Chevy. ArboretumShadow and Dapple are photographic transparencies of tree shadows on Plexiglas. Hanging the photographs at an angle creates a second shadow on the wall, adding an illusion of dimensionality.