My photographic journey began in the mid-1970s with a Nikkormat FT2 camera.  For many years my Nikons and I were inseparable!  Circumstances in my life changed and, for too long a period, I rarely touched my cameras.  In the fall of 2005, with the purchase of my first "real" digital camera, the love affair began again.

     There have been many photographers whose work I have admired, but my favorites have been Gordon Parks, Pete Turner, Jay Maisel and Ernst Haas.  All shared a passion for capturing life as they viewed it.  None were limited by what the standards of the time may have dictated.

     Whatever I photograph, I want to capture it the way that I see it in my mind's eye.   This could either be the stark reality of what is in front of me or it could be the way I imagine it to be.

     I have many interests in life and, hopefully, these are reflected in my work.  I may be attracted to a subject by its color, shape or texture.  What is most important to me, however, is my initial reaction to the subject.  That is what I want to capture.

     My new images reflect where I am currently as a photographer, but I will also scan many of my old slides to show where I have been on this journey.

     This site will always be under construction, so please come back often to see my new images.

     Thanks for taking a look and I hope you enjoy your visit!