I try to push the boundaries of what's possible with whatever tools I have — Photoshop on my Mac Pro included. The following two series of digital images are each a riff on a single image — in the first series, a scientific drawing of a trout; in the second, an abstract composition created on the fly. By maniputlating copies of the original and copies of manipulated copies, and by using only filters and adjustments provided in Photoshop, I've tried to create work that, taken in series, comments on the nature of digital facsimile; while, individually, work as unique pieces of art.