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For the most part I am a self-taught photographer. I started my photographic journey in the mid 1970’s shooting black and white film while I was in art school.
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After retiring from 30 years of marketing and graphic design for the building products industry I began a small studio out of my home serving the few clients I kept from the industry. As those clients dwindled, I had more time for my true passion; photography. I had started my photographic journey back in the mid 1970’s shooting black and white film while I was in art school. I didn’t pick up a camera again until 30 years later when digital cameras became more accepted in professional photography circles. Cameras have come and gone, and my equipment has changed over the years, but my aim has remained the same; to capture captivating and meaningful images that tell a story.
Today, most of my efforts are devoted to documentary and storytelling. I have long been pursuing a certificate in Documentary Arts at the Center for Documentary Studies in Durham NC. I have documented everything from the opioid crisis in Appalachia to women’s roller derby, but I prefer topics that focus on the human condition.