I decided to take the digital leap in 2006, after having the experience of using Nikon's slide scanner and working a little in Photoshop.I bought my first Mac in 2004 and I was ready to take the plunge.
I enjoy being behind the viewfinder where every other thought in the world disappears, trying to capture the most beautiful images possible. My articles and images have been published in Nature Photographer Magazine, iPhoneLife Magazine, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Calendar and in the Maryland Wine Association News.
In 2008 I decided to give the Photo biz a try, with my first Gallery Show. I have subsequently had images displayed in the Rehoboth Art League, and The Seaford Historical Museum; in support of the Smithsonian Museum's traveling show "Fences". A collection of my orchid images are available at Valley Fine Art and Framing, in Cockeysville Maryland. Click Here for Valley Framing and Fine Art Currently I have images on display at Baas Art Gallery In Seattle WA. Click Here for Baas Art Gallery
I teach privately, as well as conduct field workshops. I am an instructor at Johns Hopkins University in the Odyssey Program, Click here for JHU I lead workshops and lecture for Capital Photography Center in Washington DC. Click here for Capital Photography Center I have lectured at the Mid-Atlantic Photography Expo on Impressionism in Photography;Creative Macro Photography;iPhoneography and in Washington, D.C. during PhotoWeek on the Art of Seeing Creative Compositions and Color Theory. 1st Place Black and White “Stowing the Jib” Department of Natural Resources Calendar Contest 2009 Wild Plants Second Place : "Trillium" Baltimore Camera Club 2009 Medal of Excellence
1st Place Black and White “Stowing the Jib”
Department of Natural Resources Calendar Contest
2009 Wild Plants Second Place : "Trillium"
Baltimore Camera Club
2009 Medal of Excellence