I have had dual careers, both as a psychotherapist and a photographer. Although I was trained at the Colorado Institute of Art, photography hasn't dispelled the notion, "Don't quit your day job." As an undergraduate my major was cultural anthropology, but I couldn't do fieldwork in some remote part of the world and support a young wife and daughter. So I ended up a psychotherapist. My current photography is an integration of all these interests, focusing on indigenous people around the world.