His are by far some of my favorite editorial pictures I’ve shot for Patron Magazine and other similar projects. Jeff Zilm, the American visual artists and Dallas resident, was featured in Patron’s (latest) issue, and I had the pleasure of photographing him for this feature. Zilm’s art is very unique – he makes paintings that are so minimalist at the surface, but are created based on a very creative and complicated process using film stock, where he transfers cut-up film from reel to canvas. He does that through a chemical process he created that mixes paint with an emulsion base he strips from film to pain his art pieces. The end result is a captivating blend of grays and whites that has a very intriguing and, at times, ”ghostly presence”. Jeff is a highly sought after artist, at times selling pieces that haven’t yet been painted, and his works has been showcased in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions. I thank Patron’s Terri Provencal for the opportunity to capture Jeff and his art at his studio in Dallas.