Archive for January, 2013

Environments: Forest Interiors, pt.1

Environments: Forest Interiors, pt.1

Much of my history as a landscape photographer has been about the landscape and its relationship with some physical evidence of human activity and settlement.  All in the pursuit of ‘defining’ the idea of landscape in a specific time and point of view.  Recently, on a trip to northern California, I found myself taking a…

The Odd Architectural Assignment….

The Odd Architectural Assignment….

Though now mostly a portrait and landscape photographer, I still regularly get calls, and am called back to my early commercial photography days when I had something of a specialty in architectural and interior photography in the Washington, D.C. area.  In the 90’s, I was first assistant to the great architectural shooter Maxwell Mackenzie, from…

Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Who am I?  A good question to ask yourself every now and again, and especially germane at the beginning of a new year and the launching of a new blog that I’m really excited about.  This will be an opportunity for me to share new work, beginnings, interesting visual discoveries, thoughts, words, travels and anything…