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I specialize in a form of art that represents industrial scenes and cityscapes through compelling composite constructions.
The NPR announcer interrupted the music to say a plane had hit one of the World Trade Towers. Having lived within blocks of the Towers for years, I assumed it was a tourist plane flying too low.