Photographer David Strom

I started photographing the urban landscape about 3 years ago, as I became fascinated by the ever-changing interactions of the built world. 

Office building in Bloomington Minnesota. It is part of a small complex of similarly designed structures with mirrored facades. What makes them fascinating is the reflective interactions between the buildings. Taken with an Olympus E-M1 Mark II, the 12-100 f4 Pro lens,

Architecture itself is intentional, but the city is created by the unpredictable interactions of people and buildings with their surroundings and the natural world. I try to capture the relationships of buildings with their surroundings, exploring the reflections, overlaps, pairings, light and colors which change by the minute. These create layers that add a new dimension to our view of the city. 

An apartment complex near the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. I find the interactions between the geometry, the colors, and the reflections of the sky to be fascinating. Taken with a Panasonic G9 and the Olympus 12-100 f4 Pro

I am based in Minneapolis, and the vast majority of my photographs have been taken in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. I hope to expand my photography to other cities.

Westin Hotel in Edina Minnesota, taken near sunset. The interaction between the orange colored light and the colorful windows and facade create a pattern that drew me in the moment I saw it.

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