My photographs contain my awe, my excitement and my curiosity. Even without a camera, the natural beauty of the world around us would still intrigue me.  With my camera, I am able to share my observations and experiences with others.

The images often contain both fixed and fluid elements. Perhaps a hint of motion is used to tell the story of a fleeting moment. Or a unique perspective is chosen to engage the viewer.

To me, the printing process is nearly as important in creating a successful photograph as the initial camera exposure. This is why I personally print my photographic artwork on selected paper and canvas medias in the studio using a wide format digital printer and pigment inks.

Any image adjustments that I make when preparing a photograph for printing are not to alter the image away from the scene I experienced, but to bring it back to the way I originally saw it.