Con Slobodchikoff has been doing abstract photographs for a number of years. He first started photographing abstract patterns in nature, and won Natural History Magazine's Grand Prize in 1980 for an abstract photograph of a yucca plant partially immersed in a white sand dune.

Con is particularly intrigued with the Zen concept of less-is-more. He uses the power of his vision and of Photoshop to create images that reflect this Zen concept.