About

As a former nonprofit executive and a marketing agent for NFL athletes, I enjoyed two meaningful and exciting careers. Now I’ve started this new adventure and am delighted to share my photography with you.

My first visit to Japan in the 1970’s inspired a love of photography, especially of Black and White images, that led to a lifelong devotion to the art form. Travel always fires up my creative spirit so I spend a lot of time driving throughout the Southwest and visiting other countries with my cameras.  Recent places visited include Uruguay, Japan, Spain and Mexico.  I use two medium format film cameras for my images…a Hasselblad 500 C/M and a Fujica GW 690.  My wife and I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Exhibitions include being curated into The Viewpoint:  Landscape and Architecture Exhibition at Black Box Gallery, Portland, Oregon for “Cedar Grove on the Nakasendo Trail” in 2019.  Also a Nominee at the 15th Annual Black & White Spider Awards:  Nominee in Architecture for “Blessed Adobe” in 2020.  Also curated into Camera Work:  Landscape and Architecture Exhibition at Black Box Gallery for “Death Valley Passage” in 2020.