About my work
My approach to photography
an artist’s eye and a photojournalist’s visual storytelling. My work is driven by what I see and how that makes me feel. I can only hope that how I express that touches
the viewer in some way.
I have been a photographer,
and artist for more than 35 years.
I earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in photography from Arizona State University and studied digital photography at Pierce
College-Fort Steilacoom in Washington. I lived and worked in Arizona for many years.
My work is often focused on place,
the environment where people, animals, and plants live. I grew up in Bordentown, New Jersey, a town founded
in 1682. The tree in this composite self-portrait is a 400-year-old pin oak near my childhood home that was taken when I was
20. If you look carefully in the camera lens, you will see an image of me at age 2, paging through a newspaper.