I've worked as a filmmaker by trade, and always kept photography as a passion. I've had documentaries shown in several dozen film festivals like San Francisco International, Telluride, Rotterdam and Wildscreen. The camera has been a way for me to gain experiences I wouldn't otherwise have had access to. When I became more serious about still photography, I chose to tackle what I thought would be the most difficult and most interesting task: Infrared Black and White film. So, my early work is all IR. I never stopped shooting film as my main way of making images. After years of shlepping heavy gear over boarder crossings, nowadays I enjoy helping out my friends who have found photography and filmmaking in their 30s and 40s. I haven't shown my photography very often. But after a few positive experiences, I've been convinced to share my work more often. Now, I mostly photograph life on the coast. I keep a small run of numbered prints on hand; silver gelatin for BW, and archival inkjet for color.