I have been taking photographs for as long as I can remember. In fact, I am usually more comfortable looking through a camera than anything else. My goal is to share some of my work with you hopefully in ways that you can enjoy and share with others.
All of my pieces are initialed by me to show I felt them suitable for sharing. I usually reproduce my works in two different ways, traditional photographic prints whereby chemically coated paper is exposed to a negative image and developed; and more recently, a technique called giclée - an inkjet printing process using archival inks - in my case on canvas.
Most of my work uses a format that closely follows the pixel ratio of my digital camera, which is roughly 3:2. This means that for any given printing size, you are given as much of the original image as possible. Most of my prints are offered in 3 size groups: 6X9, 8X12 and 12X18. I know these sizes typically require custom framing, which can be expensive, so I offer them as already-framed prints, and if you want to save on framing, canvas prints (that giclée method I mentioned earlier) are an option.
A little about me: