I have been photographing everyday structures for many years: walls, parking garages, skyscrapers, stairwells, streets, sidewalks and warehouses. They are, for the most part, not visually appealing objects. In fact, they are probably invisible to most people who use them on a regular basis. My interest is not in documenting these structures but in extracting certain elements from them to create photographs that describe shapes and forms, patterns, geometry and color. I began with photographs of walls. At first, these were straightforward pictures in which the walls can be clearly identified. Over time, I expanded the concept to build more abstract renditions of the walls, reducing them to essentially color field studies.