A photojournalist working in Washington DC from 1981-1990, I moved my pictures through the now defunct Gamma Liaison Picture Agency based in Paris through the New York Office. I developed a freelance photojournalism career that concentrated on covering the White House, Capitol Hill, breaking political news, politicians, and feature stories in and around the Capitol city. I also worked as an assistant to Time's Dirck Halstead and Mike Evans, the official White House photographer in his private practice. During the latter half of my practice, I concentrated on celebrity and human feature stories and was a photo editor for a national feature magazine. Today, I volunteer my creative services for non-profit organizations and concentrate on the arts.