Photography began for me in the early 1970's, earning a Bachelor's degree in Photojournalism. While published decades ago, and freelancing for many years, most of my photography has been of a personal nature including scenic, sports, products, travel and portraiture. Over the past few years emotive studio portraiture has been my passion. Henri Cartier-Bresson, considered to be the father of photojournalism, was quoted as saying, "The first 10,000 photographs are your worst". My body of work has pushed me well over that limit, by a factor of at least 10. So, I guess the worst is behind me.
I am surrounded both by natural beauty and interesting people. I use my camera to document the world and then print images with a focus on the magic I find in daily life. My pictures tell my stories.
Through my images, prints and photo books, I invite you to bring bits of my stories into your life and home. New prints are released regularly, so check back often.