Professional Photographer - Farmer - Construction Manager - Academic - Eccentric
I was born after WW-II ended, and I spent my formative adolescent years on a variety of farms. My re-creating from farming was mountaineering, philosophy and science. In the summer of 1965 I was an exchange student to Germany, and bought my first 35-mm range-finder cameras from a pawn shop, a Kodak and a Wollensak. I exposed 40-rolls of transparencies, with a humbling 90% success rate, and I was hooked. I have been working behind the lens ever since.
I am neither a “landscape” photographer, nor a “nature” photographer; neither a “wildlife” photographer, nor an “abstract” photographer; neither a “studio” photographer, nor a “portrait” photographer. I am none of these, and yet all of these. When you explore my Portfolio, you will see for yourself what I mean.