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At a young age I was captivated by my dad’s Polaroid Land camera. The instant results cultivated my focus and developed my eye early on. In 1982 my formal education began and my unique view of the world found structure and artistic value.
My professional track and ambition as an exhibiting artist in the late 80’s and early 90’s, was sidelined after the Loma-Prieta earthquake of 1989. It was also at this time that my family started to take shape. My main focus shifted to them and a career involving photographic printing.
As an artist and perfectionist, my drive to capture meaningful, quality images never stopped.
After the loss of my wife to ALS in 2018, photography quickly returned to the forefront of my life. My passion reignited, served as a medium in finding peace and healing. I’ve learned to be “In the Moment”, isolating simplicity in an often chaotic environment. My eye is just as easily drawn to the textures and tones of a crack in the sidewalk as it is to a grand landscape. Seeing beyond what is in front of me, I love to use movement to paint what is otherwise unseen.
My hope is that I can engage the viewer to be drawn into my special vision to share in the feeling, emotion, and experience of the amazing world we are all part of.