I have been a photographer for about ten years. I actually started by taking "portraits" of moths in flight around lights as more of a science project, in attempt to understand the flicker that my eye momentarily retained while observing them. My first show in a small rural town was very well received and inspired me to shoot other subjects. I never learned film photography, but being a musician and an engineer and colorist, I became enthralled with improvising with settings on my digital camera. I now have a decent understanding of the principles and enjoy experimenting. I shoot anything that I think may be interesting and love the freedom that digital cameras avail to the creative process.
I started making street photographs and was immediately drawn to reflections, partly because they enabled a more candid approach. No one cares about a guy pointing his camera at a window or puddle.
I have now had several solo and group shows of my work in New York State and New York City and a series of the moth images are in the Capital One Bank corporate permanent collection.