I am a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography and have been photographing for four decades, shooting with film, before transitioning to digital cameras in 2004.
Through the years I have explored many types of photography but have found my love of landscapes and nature as my real passion. My body of work now is in black and white, as I feel this removes the distraction of color allowing the viewer to observe shapes, forms, and gradations of tones from pure black to white. My inspirations have come from the study of some of the old masters of black and white photography such as Ansel Adams and newer ones like Michael Kenna and Clyde Butcher.
My goal in fine art photography is quality over quantity.
As Ansel Adams once said, “12 great photographs in a year is a good yield”.
All my prints are on fine art papers using a high resolution Giclée (Zhee-clay) printer that creates a stunningly detailed image.
I frame my prints to be archival, literally to last generations without yellowing or fading. Each print is mounted in a conservation method to the backboard, should you at some later time decide to change the frame. The acid free mat is hinge mounted to the backboard with acid free framing tape. Glare free/UV glazing is used to protect the print. I carefully install the pieces in a wood, black gallery frame then install a dust cover and the hardware ready for hanging.
Each of my prints come with a signed Certificate of Authenticity for your records.
My goal is to create beautiful landscape fine art that can be cherished for years to come.
Contact me by Email: [email protected]