My passion is photography.
I’ve was given a camera (Kodak Brownie) at about six and have owned some sort of camera ever since. As a kid I worked as a photographer on various school newspapers and as an adult and a sideline I’ve photographed for many institutions including Confluence Project and Exploratorium. I now shoot digital exclusively. I wrote and directed shot a short video public service announcement for Bay Area TV stations and have a published photo article in (June 2014) in landscapephotographymagazine.com.
For the past few years my wife, Judy and I have been sailing on our boat cetacean. We left Portland, Oregon, spent time in Mexico and Central America – now we are through the Panama Canal and on to the Caribbean. Sailing and taking pictures is a great combination for combining two passions: sailing and photography. In this age of ubiquitous cell phone cameras it’s hard to to be unique, so I try hard to make my pictures a little different.
My goal in photography is to present a subject in an unusual way or perhaps focus on a subject that others may not have noticed. People can find ordinary landscapes anywhere on the web. I try to photograph and display one of a kind.
For equipment, I use:
Canon 7d DSLR
Canon EFS 10-24mm f/3.5-4 lens
Canon EF 24-105 f/4L lens
Canon EF 70-200 IS f/4L lens
and a Canon G15 for a compact Camera