Growing up, my sister Carrie could paint and draw. I was envious.
I tried and failed. Then borrowed a camera at 15 and realized with this tool I could move the images in my head to a fixed surface.
I’ve been photographing ever since.
Shot my first magazine cover at 19. My first advertising shoot at 26 got in CA.
My geography minor has served my location shooting skills well, I can’t get lost even if I try.
I relish the challenge of a complex production assignment and hit the road with gusto.
For years I thought outside the box. Then everyone said that. So I jumped back in the box with my thoughts. It’s been a wise choice, metaphorically. I learned the box thing from my cat.
In ’05 I looked at our well used wine glasses and decided it was time to shoot some vino. After shooting (and sipping) through the AVA’s of Washington, Oregon, regions of Argentina and Chile I shot the Washington Wine Tour Guide and got a national award for it.
I ride a Harley FXDB, bonus if you know what that is. That's me below, my self portrait at 60mph.