I began my career as a corporate designer and art director, and went solo in 1991.
Since then, I've been creating images and dimensional assemblages for clients, collectors, institutions and public installations.
As I love exploring creativity with others, I teach photography workshops at facilities that have included Santa Fe Workshops, Maine Media Workshops, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Lepp Digital Institute, Vancouver Photo Workshops, Bald Head Island Arts Center and with private clients.
To feed my love for travel, I lead cultural travel and street photography workshops in Cuba, India, Sri Lanka, Amsterdam, Paris, Alaska, Hawaii and Mexico. Closer to home, I am lead adjunct instructor for University of Washington's photography certificate program and host local workshops in Washinton State.
To share my ideas, I've published articles in AfterCapture, Nikon World, Outside, Geo, Islands, Conde Nast Traveller, LA Times, NY Times, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro, Rangefinder, SHOTS, FUJILove, in books and guest host the podcast Hit The Streets. I shoot exclusively with Fujifilm X cameras as a Fujifilm X Delegate photographer.
When not immersed in my home studio lined with favorite collected objects and vintage technology, I travel, kayak, explore nature and any place abandoned and inviting.
I enjoy meeting new friends, so feel free to get in touch.