I have been making images for over thirty years and loving every minute of it. With the emergence of digital photography as a viable alternative a number of years ago, I was thrilled to be able to combine my love of art with my passion for technology. With the ever expanding availability of software tools and camera capabilities, photographers today have an unprecedented variety of methods to express their creativity.
As digital photography was beginning to be accepted as a professional medium, Boston University opened the Center for Digital Imaging Arts, introducing the first completely digital Photography Program. As a member of one of the first graduating classes, I had the unique opportunity to study under a number of photographic masters including Cary Wollinsky, Lou Jones, Rick Ashley, Dave Henderson, and Tim Lynch. Building on this foundation, I continued to fine tune my work and to learn from some of the best in the field, including National Geographic Photographer Sam Abel.
I love to learn new styles and techniques and take great pleasure in sharing this knowledge with others. As a former teacher and software developer, it is rewarding to be able to merge the skills from my professional lives with my lifelong passion.