Photography has always been with me. Both my parents were avid hobbyists, documenting every vacation, holiday and family outing. I started taking pictures when I was about ten, with a Kodak Brownie, adding to the family archive. It influenced my decision to pursue an education and career in photojournalism and then to a more traditional studio business. Through it I’ve been able to keep my passion for photography, whether digital or analog.
I have a strong interest in American history, and found that the two often coincide whether in collecting images, restoring old photos or bringing color to black-and-white photographs.
Leaving the literal confines of photojournalism released me to explore new concepts, whether it’s working with a pinhole camera, or photographing a scene in fragments and reassembling them into one photo, or even making pictures with an iPhone.
Please contact me if I can help you with a project.