A talented friend of mine recently relocated from our shared hometown of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, to the big city cow-town confines of Denver, Colorado. He brought with him his good nature, art collection, and camera assortment. I’m currently ‘borrowing’ a medium format rig from him, and lucky for the Front Range too, as Marty is a talented fellow with a sharp eye for detail and the absurdities in our environment. Don’t take my word for it – check out his site: Martin Buday Note the fine example of his work in the picture box above. Marty prefers film to digital, and he is very good at what he does. His images convey an awareness of the unseen order in everyday, pass-it-by landscapes, a sort of dream-state freeze-frame. Favorite subjects include buildings, old cars, signs, dogs, fields, and parking lots – but these things are not the true subject matter. Marty has shied away from commercial work so far, but ask nicely and I’m sure he’d consider any gig. One day he will shoot my work for me – if I’m lucky.