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I'm a Texas artist in several media who has loved the camera for decades.

I paint murals and other decorative art, and do faux and cabinet finishes in Houston, Kingwood, Sugar Land, Bolivar Peninsula, Dallas, and beyond. I try to help bring the clients' own visions to reality, whether in art, texture or finish, working in a variety of media and products, including Venetian plaster, various glazes and metallic products.

I've done wedding photography, family photography, travel photography, advertising photography, catalog photography, photographs documenting construction projects, and civil and structural construction site surveys. Ages ago, I developed and taught a course in underwater photography.

I've done structural and civil inspections and managed civil construction projects nationwide. I've performed structural inspections on security towers at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and managed projects for various government and private clients, including the Department of Defense and Mississippi Air National Guard.

My Transportation Worker Identification Credential, TWIC card, is current and I would be very interested in doing photography for clients involved in transportation related fields, whether maritime, railroad, highway or other, anywhere.

While this photostream can serve as something of a portfolio, I would happily supply samples of my photography related to a client's needs.

Most of this photostream will be dreadfully boring to most viewers, since one of its purposes is to document some infrastructure that interests me.

I am a huge fan of flickr, this international community of artists, photographers, activists and spectators.

Photographers are missing out if they don't take advantage of Creative Commons, by which photographs, with proper attribution, get further exposure in online and print media.

My photostream is a mixture of old and new photos for photo's sake and photos recording my art, projects, etc.

Some of my photography is prompted by regret over photos not taken over the years, passing a bridge or a movie theater and telling myself that I really should take a picture of it, before its gone, only to pass it some time later, and it is gone.

Some of it is prompted by a here-there thing: the windows, the bridges, the old movie theaters, the books...

A pontist, I'll walk or kayak miles in to photograph an old bridge, especially if I haven't found recent photographs of it.

Born downtown, I've lived in metropolitan Houston all my life. I get exasperated with our casual attitude toward our architectural heritage, and with some other things. I'm still enjoying exploring Houston, learning about it, finding new perspectives. For all Houston's faults, my love affair with the place continues.

I also have more than forty years of slides and negatives, the best of which I hope to find time to scan. They document my love of Texas, the Gulf Coast in particular, the sea in general, and more.

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    SomeDriftwood says:

    "Patrick sees and records the changing landscape. Noticing the eclectic is his vision and his talent. Always stylish and beautifully observed, these photographs have both a strong Texas accent and a global relevance.

    It's been a pleasure to get to know Accent, sharing his outlook and learning about his home state. From high-rise Houston to forgotten bayous, it's a journey of contrasts, intriguing details and natural beauty.

    Here's to the next year Patrick!"

    May 8th, 2010

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    brown recess says:

    "some very fine infrastructure photography."

    September 18th, 2009

Patrick Feller
November 2008
Humble, Texas, USA
I am:
Artist and Photographer