In 1985, I built a darkroom in which to develop black-and-white film and, hopefully, create works of fine art. Digital photography ascended in popularity in the mid-1990s but I still found analog photography to be motivating and continue the process to this day.
Since encouraged to show my work in 2015, I have had 26 photos displayed in galleries from Vermont to Arizona. I was part of a three-artist exhibit comparing made three different ways. My proudest moment arrived recently when two of my pieces were selected for the Long Island Biennial 2020, the most prestigious competition on Long Island.