Frank DiPiazza creates original photography that evokes space and mystery with botanical inspiration of plants in nighttime exposure. His work is characterized by his use of long exposures and low light conditions to create a sense of intrigue and otherworldliness. Frank utilizes techniques such as slow shutter speeds and low ISO settings to capture the details and textures of the plants and flowers while also creating a sense of movement and ethereal beauty.
Di Piazza's photographs are a blend of traditional photography techniques and contemporary methods, incorporating multiple exposures and unusual vernacular compositions to create unique images. He often incorporates elements of his own personal experiences and memories into his work, exploring themes of identity, cultural displacement, and the role of the individual in society
A former NYC resident and photojournalist now a fine artist based out of Saint Louis, Missouri. Frank's clients include but not limited to The New York Times, Saint Louis magazine and the Saint Louis Post Dispatch.