I began my love for photography as a child, fascinated by the process of watching images develop in the darkroom. Having visited my uncle’s large photography studio in Mayfiar London, I pursued the craft of photography by joining a photography club in junior high school. In school, I had the opportunity to shoot pictures, process them in the school’s several darkrooms and study the art and science of photography. More recently, I have enjoyed developing my skills as a photographer with two of my closest friends and both exceptional artists and photographers, Dan Sniffin (Dansniffinphoto.com) and John Barclay (Johnbarclayphotography.com). Randy Mack as well as many others have also been influential in my maturation as a photographer, and I love the life long learning that this adventure has afforded. Over the past many decades since my childhood, photography has morphed from a science to an art to my Zen; the process has become meditative and my escape from the world. I hope you enjoy visiting this site and reflecting on the images.