The Road Taken


Long ago, alone, I walked in the coolness of a marble lined corridor, ambled along a portico pierced by the sharp light of a summer afternoon.

Sometimes lost in the fog of time. Our paths then joined.

A simple dirt road bathed in the misty morning light of a warm summer day.

A trail kissed by the setting sun in the winter chill of a snowy wood.

Our paths now joined,

We journey together till the end of time. 


Following in the footsteps of Dad and Uncle Walter, my first photos were family events, holiday snaps, birthdays, vacations at the shore, Thanksgiving dinners, a family trip to Marseilles, France.

A camera was a means of recording the world around me as I passed through it.

Before long, I discovered photography allowed creative expression, a means of telling a dynamic story in place of a static moment in time. I seek the images that draw people in and allow them to add their own experiences to the narrative.

Often, I have in mind the image I wish to capture and find something completely different in the viewfinder; everchanging sublime light and shadow playing across shape and form saturated with subtle colors marked by a flash of vibrant red, green, yellow or blue.

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