Each work in this series is "assembled" from two or more
photographic images (as many as twenty-two in one case),
as well as from non-photographic elements such as texts or drawings.
The assembly is carried out digitally; the finished image is then printed on a single sheet.
The current "Assembled Images" series represents an evolution of a
technique first used in the 1981
"Abrupt Transitions" Detroit series. In that work, panoramas were physically assembled from
individual photographic prints, with pieces including from three to eight frames.
"Assemled Images" prints are Iris on Arches and range from 14x46 (Crater Lake) to 38x30 (Giglio).