I always carry my camera. I make unpopulated pictures — framed aspects of beauty laced with occasional traces of irony. My beginning in the Pacific Northwest engendered a deep reverence for the landscape of the West. This and a passion for unexpected geometry in natural and built settings are the primary influences on the composition and character of my pictures.

Following studies in Fine Art I pursued a professional career in art direction and graphic design. Subsequent to design I have developed and delivered visual literacy courses for public schools, graduate level photography students, and adult educators. Currently, in the parallel, ongoing development of my own work, photography has become my means of making images.

I have exhibited in Los Angeles and my work is included in private collections. Two color monographs of my photography have been published: a journal-sized book Morning Walk. One. (2016) and a large two-volume set surface | tension (2017).

review of my book surface | tension, by art critic Lorraine Heitzman, has been published on the Los Angeles-based online art magazine Art and Cake.


Please contact me if you have any questions.





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