My passion is to create photographic stories that impacts you, the viewer. It may make you feel happy or sad. It may astonish you. It may make you angry or at peace. It may create conflict or harmony. Different viewers will have different reactions to my photos and thatís ok. My goal is that you will feel something.
Everyone learns from others who inspire them. I learned about the craft of photography from on-line courses, books, seminars, videos, from a lot of experimentation, trial and error and using the latest technology available. I expanded my learning to include how to do my own printing, matting and framing and I very much enjoy controlling the entire artistic process. As a result, my photos have been exhibited in various juried art exhibitions.
I live in the Richmond, VA area and am actively involved in the robust photography community here. I am on the Board of the Camera Club of Richmond, acting as the Clubís Digital Director and belong to several other photography clubs. I teach courses on photographic technique and how to use digital editing programs like Lightroom and Photoshop. Most importantly to me I donate my photographic talents to three great animal organizations: the Richmond SPCA, Paws for Purple Hearts and The Appalachian Great White Pyrenees Rescue Center, helping these organizations find forever homes for the animals in their care.
It Happened Last Night
Praying At The Western Wall
Water Fun In The Park
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