Way back in 1982 I picked up my first camera, a cool little
Nikon FG 35mm. Immediately found a spiritual passion for
Within a year I was in college studying photography and
darkroom technics. Quickly after that I found myself teaching
photography in continuing education programs for the board of
As far as being a commercial photographer, I really had no
interest in it, I just wanted to shoot whatever I found interesting.
I preferred the bizarre unexpected results when experimenting so
I loved to push the boundaries of the camera and film.
When digital came along I completely embraced it, studied
PhotoShop from PhotoShop v2.0. Then became the Digital Imaging
Production Manager for a large desktop publishing company which was great, but...
having a more than full time career didn't leave much time for my own
photography interests so I put it aside for many, many years
until recently when I semi-retired.
Now with a bit more time on my hands I picked up some new gear
and headed out to wonder the world, simply love to travel and capture
unexpected beauty of the people, cities and nature.
It has been an incredibly inspiring and a wonderful way to see the world. Hope you enjoy my images!
Oh yeah, I am also a musician — here's a couple of my projects.