As a child, I "went to the woods" to learn and explore. It was the beginning of my life-long journey to "see" and experience nature. Today over a half-century later I am still on that quest to "see" the natural world.
As a photographer, I work with landscapes and nature. I am inspired by the contrast of light and dark and changing light. I use photography to document the world around me—to make pictures that call attention to things that other people may overlook.
As a means of self-expression—my photography is a way to express my interpretation of the world around me. Capturing an image and processing the image in my digital darkroom is my meditation. My goal is to use my camera to make photographs that draw viewers into the world of my experience.
During post-capture, my intention is to create something magical that could exist, to create entirely original works using techniques drawn from the digital era.