I had a hard decision in high school: did I want to be an engineer or a fine art photographer. I decided it was a lot easier to be an engineer in my day job and a fine art photographer at night. Unfortunately, photography needed to take a back seat while I developed my career in product design and as an entrepreneur....and husband and father. A few decades later, I can now concentrate on my photography.
My photographic and career experience has shaped how I see the world. I find the edges of things to be far more interesting than the objects themselves. That may be where land meets water, where man meets nature, light meets dark, or plain meets the forest. My images often show the natural or human history of a place. Still others may simply make me laugh. Every image on this site made me feel something.
In photography and my career, I've always strived to have a big "tool box" of skills. It allows me to use the best tools for the project at hand. Digital capture and printing is part of that, but film and historical processes like kallitype and platinum/palladium are also used when the image benefits from it. Plus, creating images from paper and some chemicals is simply fun!
All images are available for sale. Periodically, I will create books of my projects and they will be offered as a book with a signed print.