I have always been an innovator, constantly attempting to expand my medium into areas of expression not yet explored. In the mid 70s I began experimenting with darkroom and camera techniques that attempted to move my art beyond the captured image and into an art of expression and emotion. Unfortunately, the limitation of technology never allowed me to completely realize my expectations.
The introduction of digital and its light-room image processing was a revelation to me. It enabled me to produce images with the vibrancy, depth and sensitivity I had imagined for years. It provided a level of image interpretation never before possible. The result transformed my photography from an art of image capture to an art of image creation. It created a bridge between reality and imagination; pushing my photography with a technique I call “interpretative photography” and a style I call “digital Impressionism.” An interpretive digital style characterized by vivid visual effects