My first experience with photography, at the age of seven or eight, was a box camera, a gift from my father. I took a great number of black and white images in these early years. While attending the University of Arizona, I, with fellow students, spent hours in the desert photographing everything from desert wild flowers to old mine sites to archeological sites to lightning over Tucson.
During the past two decades I have returned to the art of photography working in black and white, color, mixed media and video. I have made the transition from silver to digital.
While living in Italy, I continued
to work on my photography, concentrating on recording architectural detail, the hill towns
and art as shown in design. I have expanded to work on natural light portraiture and the natural world.
My current areas of interests are: portraits, horses and their riders, boats and their crew, landscape,