As I’ve traveled and enjoyed the company of some very talented people who inspire me, the camera has always been over my shoulder or ready in it’s “go kit”. Landscape, street photography, and personal image journals have continued to occupy my lens from my teens into adulthood.
I have indulged in both an art school education and a passion for making things with my hands; both have contributed to a very personal conversation about making images.
The past twenty-five years I’ve documented my young family, my travels and recorded the work of the interior millwork business my wife and I created. Photography assignments for architects, artists and designers were part of the mix, with publication in Sunset Magazine, Phoenix Home and Garden, Architectural Record and other magazines.
I enjoyed a hiatus, something wonderful, when my family and I took up sailing. After three years of living on the water in Central America and the Caribbean we returned to land, to building things, ready for the next stage in each of our lives.
In 2009 I turned full time to photography to make images of architecture, landscape and the spaces I find myself lucky enough to have entered with the camera.