I’ve been a photographer for most of my life. I’ve had the honor of working with some of the best people and magazines the editorial world has to offer. At different times I’ve been under contract to Life, Time and U.S. News & World Report. These magazines, along with my agency, Contact Press Images, gave me a front row seat to witness a good deal of history. My work has been published pretty much everywhere. Today my prints are in the permanent collection of several museums and in the hands of many private collectors.
I’m an old school photographer, and I learned to print the old fashioned way, in a darkroom. The printing process, the act of producing a work of art that is archival, collectable and enhances a home are hugely important to me. I carry the discipline needed to produce fine art prints in the darkroom with me into the digital age.
The archival pigment prints are offered in open editions, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lot of them out there. To be sure, photography is a mechanical process which is easily reproduced, but I’m not a machine. I make all of my prints myself and the last thing I want to do is be chained to a printer cranking the same print out all day long. I print work that excites me. Work that I find interesting. When I get tired of printing a specific image, I move on.
The work offered here will change. In some ways, it depends on my mood. So please visit this site again. There’s no predicting what you may find.
I’m proud of these prints. I find them to be quite beautiful and the best representation of my work. I hope you do as well.