I’ve worked in and around photography for 45 years. Today, I pay attention to the coming and going of water and ice. Their elemental siblings - soil, air, fire - also figure in my viewfinder. I’m particularly engaged by the transformative power of the Tanana River on its forest surroundings. My history in photography is layered with the Kodak Brownie; service as a military photographer; director of a university photo lab; free-lancing in the wedding and entertainment fields; and editorial coverage Alaska, China, and Mexico. As I’ve matured, my work has evolved toward a deeper awareness of the connections that link all life. The resulting images aim for an intersection of aesthetics and metaphor. An observational confluence that brings the edges of consciousness into relief. A place where questions and wonder find alignment: Parallax.