My photography is a result of my experience, trial and error, creativity, personalities, desire, weather, light, all manipulated until the energy evolves into a moment that a second before seemed unattainable but somehow happened.
Capturing that moment is addictive. I anxiously anticipate, almost crave the success of the perfect image. This process is rewarding, frustrating, and all-consuming, and I cannot imagine my life without it.
I strive for my photographs to convey the emotion they depict. Each image is memorable because of the emotions they evoke, in the photographer, the subject, and the viewer.
I learned to print in the traditional darkroom and was an early adopter of archival inkjet printing.