I am a fine art photographer and imaging specialist located in Western Massachusetts.
For the past 25 years, I have been capturing the time and space around me through black and white images. These images can be rearranged and reconstructed to map the real or imagined memories of my life. I shoot the things in life, where I am. The subjects are usually not beautiful on their own, but somehow strike me by the beauty found in their commonality. Not the extraordinary, but the ordinary. Simple, usually quiet subjects that may go unnoticed. Black and white because, I guess that is the way I see. To me, my images feel a bit sad, a bit strange, a bit interesting, and the subjects, somehow unique.
Over the years I have participated in group and solo exhibitions throughout Massachusetts. For the past 10 years I have concentrated on producing photographic art books. I was honored to have my title, "Source" purchased by the Smith College Mortimore Rare Book Room.
During the day I am the Digital Projects Lead in the Library of Mount Holyoke College. I am dedicated to preserving the historical photographic objects which directly influences my personal work.