I've worked as a photographer ever since spending a summer in the mid sixties photographing in Europe. I made a living from architectural and fashion photography and then taught photography at the University of Victoria. I've curated fifty photography exhibitions at Open Space Gallery and was a consultant to the Winnipeg Art Gallery's photographic collection.
My work has been widely published and exhibited and awards include two Canada Council grants, a Gold medal from Trierenberg, a Silver from the Toronto Salon and the Photographic Society of America award for critical writing.
I work out of a beautiful studio in Victoria's historic Chinatown and travel extensively. Present work involves people shot in the studio who are then collaged into improbable realities from the streets and art museums.