There is no compositing or Photoshop manipulation. The “Urban Aggregate”

concept takes a complex, three dimensional space, like Times Square,

and transforms it into a two

dimensional tableau.

To achieve this effect in the camera,

each shot is composed so that the

frame is completely and evenly filled

with detail, and , like a Jackson

Pollock painting, no one element dominates the composition. All the overlapping planes flatten into a

graphic pattern, while maintaining

all the drama and energy of place.

Urban Aggregates

The Times Square Series

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premeditated shootings

         Tom Peck, Photographer

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Each photograph in this series, while looking like a montage or collage, is actually a single photograph of a real place in a single moment in time.