I started my travel photography with landscapes and monuments. But when I got home, it was always the pictures of people that meant the most, that really captured the spirit of the place. I have been to nearly forty countries. The more remote and the less explored, the better for me. And I love meeting the people.
I was born in Detroit. In a thirty-year career at Kodak, I explored virtually every aspect of professional photography – marketing, sales, technology, manufacturing, and photo science. Now, I have built upon this by mastering the elements of digital photography and image creation. I live in Pittsford, NY with Liz, two parrots, and a Mac.
My pictures have been displayed in several shows in Rochester, including “The Face of Indochina” at the Link Gallery, and “Asian Odyssey,” “Face of India,” and “The World Through Different Eyes” at the Image City Photo Gallery. I am an Artist in Residence at the Image City Photography Gallery. I just returned from Ethiopia. After that, who knows where? Civilization is closing off some of the remote locations and safety argues against others. The Stans (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan) are possibilities. Turkey would be another great choice.
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