Photography is more than holding a camera and snapping photographs.
It is a time for exploring nature and becoming one with it.
truly an art of passion and expression. It provides me with
the ability to capture nature's amazing landscapes and wildlife
on film. While I am photographing, I feel at peace with nature,
and it is during these moments that I begin to better understand
the world and my place within it."
In order to become a good scenic or wildlife
photographer, one must make themselves available and learn how
to fit in rather than dominate and control our surroundings.
has been published in numerous magazines and has also produced front
cover shots for Samsonite, Video Systems, and The Science Teacher
magazines. He has also sold images for use as advertisments, and has
been published in several books including the wonderful series "Land
of the Canyons". He also continues to sell his images to a large
clientel across the southwestern USA both from the web and from word
of mouth. Many of his images, including "The Vortex" and
"Energy", have won numerous prizes in photo contests.
primarily uses his Canon 35mm format gear for his work, but
also uses a medium format Fuji GA645 and Olympus XA. Addidionally,
he use to be a SysOp (System's Operator) in the Photography
Forums for CompuServe and co-hosted the Canon conferences
and the formal critique program. He currently hosts the Caves
and Caverns group at RedBubble.
resides in California and makes his living as an administrator
for a law enforcement agency and is continually working on photography
and adding new images to his galleries.
to travel the southwestern USA and is devoted to taking unique photos
of the canyons and National Parks. He is working on a new Photo Tour
of the areas that he visits and a geological / informational page
of the areas to give the reader an idea of how interesting nature