I have an appreciation for most forms of art and certainly for those artists who can create beautiful works from their own internal vision, but it seems like my science and engineering background has steered me toward the realism of photography. Back in the mid-80s I started taking snapshots of places I visited while on business trips. Over time, I've read and studied photographers' works in order to understand what makes a photo more pleasing to the eye.
The infinite and everchanging scenes in nature are my primary subjects. I'm drawn to interesting shapes, colors, textures and compositions that are all around. Landscapes, especially those that include water as a major element (waterfalls, rivers, lakes, etc.) are favorite subjects. I love exploring the many nooks and crannies that make up Vermont's countryside and I'm always on the lookout for that next great shot. Travel outside of our beautiful state always brings additional photographic opportunities
For the past few years I've given photos to my family and friends. Recently I've started displaying some of my work in local craft and gift shops including Dragonfly, Artists' Mediums and Phoenix Bookstore.I invite you to view some of my work on my gallery on this website.