Jens received his first camera in his early teens, a 110 format Pocket Instamatic, from his father, an avid vacation photographer. He spent the next three decades expanding his gear and building off his father’s eye for capturing the essence of new places. As an architect, he has honed his aesthetic abilities, particularly drawn to the magic of light. Several photos were published in architectural publications. The first, below, was published in the American Institute of Architect’s annual desk calendar and received that year’s Grand Prize. It also sparked a fascination with reflections. Over the years, this fascination has deepened with his understanding of the varied interactions between light and glass. He seeks inspiration for his images in the hidden dimensions of urban environments.