I have been interested in photography since, as a child, my uncle gave me his old rangefinder. I remember struggling to properly frame close in images and the frustration of running out of film too soon. It was, however, this simple camera that opened a new world to a boy sorely needing a creative outlet. Over the years, I upgraded to an SLR. Then I purchased a view camera hoping to follow in the footsteps of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. I even scraped together enough money to take a workshop from Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham and Steve Crouch. My own style however, had not jelled at that point in time. I was too intent on imitation.
I dabbled in product and wedding photography. I took seminars in the surrealistic approach to seeing the world. All useful and mind-opening avenues, however it was not until digital photography, which allowed for instant feedback and unprecedented post-processing possibilities that I began to find my way of seeing the world.
If my vision resonates with you and you wish to make a purchase, know that each print is individually made on the finest quality archival paper and mounted on archival board with broad white space surrounding it.