Heavily inspired by the city of Chicago where he currently lives and works, Tim Jarosz creates artworks reflective of the life, the emotion, and the architecture found not only in the streets of his own neighborhood, but in cities all across the country. Both a professional photographer and graphic designer, Tim uses both mediums equally to create his work. His creation process starts with his camera, shooting lots of photos, most of which are street photography. He then edits his shots digitally, creating collages and adding his own colors and textures. The results are what he calls “gritty digital urban landscape collages” which vary from tall city buildings and winding streets to deserted motels and graffitied vans and cars. For Tim, photography and graphic design go hand in hand, both a crucial part of what he calls art.