Gordon has been a resident of Colorado Springs since the mid 1970’s. His background in photography began in high school in Napa, California. During his college years at Berkeley, he studied under William Garnett, a student of Ansel Adams and a photographer renowned for his aerial images.
Gordon’s own photography includes abstract patterns, contrasts of light and dark, and landscape images of the natural world.
During past years, his photography was expressed through Kodachrome and Pan-X emulsion films. With the benefits of scanning and computer technology, he has been able to ‘resurrect’ many of these old images. More recently his images have been captured and processed – minimally – through digital technology.
During this last year his photographs have been displayed at various branches of the Pikes Peak Library District and in a juried showing at the Steel City Art Works in Pueblo, Colorado. During the winter of 2013, Gordon's photography will be displayed at the Colorado Springs Airport.
All Gordon’s photography is for sale or exhibition.
To view his work, go to the Photo Gallery page. This will be updated often as his portfolio expands.
Some images are from many miles away, many from southern Colorado, some as close as a few yards from the front door.