Andrew Doss is a Greensboro resident with an eye for photography and a talent for graphic design.

“Once I get my photo, I use the tools a graphic designer would use to produce my work as prints or on canvas,” Doss said.

Doss learned about graphic design at Guilford Technical Community College, and he earned his bachelors in art at Greensboro College while working as a web and graphic designer on campus.

He is currently using iPhoneography to explore his artistic talents, and some of his prints are being displayed at Thousands O’ Prints in downtown Greensboro.

“Photography, for me, brings immediacy to my subject.” Doss said. “I like bold color, strong lines and my surroundings provide that for my work.”

Doss explained that through technology of the iPhone, he takes pictures of everyday objects, and deconstructs them until they are abstract.

He has done work about Greensboro, and he describes his work at “modern and different from what you see, mostly.”

Doss has also exhibited his work at the Center for Visual Arts in downtown Greensboro during their “100 for 100” show, and he plans to have a booth at the City Market downtown.

“I like to capture anything that appeals to me,” Doss said. “It could be a landscape, person or event.”

This web designer has also just launched his own, personal website to display his art. His artwork ranges from gorgeous “deconstructed” photographs of landscapes and skylines to local buildings and scenery.

To see more of Doss’ work, please visit his website at !