These photographic images offer my remembrances of a given scene’s reality. Strength of composition and vibrancies of color are stressed in my work. Nothing is staged: All of the subjects are stumbled upon.

Resulting from a luck of proximity, more recent images capture the beauty of the natural and man-made settings in the San Francisco Bay area. The central plains draw me, however. Not that the trip to Alaska was unrewarding...

 

Reflecting both my great love of driving and the nation’s open heartland, roadside images resonate with me and are some of my personal favorites. I also enjoy the abstract images in my personal print collection.

On a personal note: I was born and raised in what I remember to be a series of “Mayberry”- like farm towns of Southwestern Minnesota. I later began assembing an eclectic collection of postcards, initially favoring black and white modern photography. One of the favorites, though, is an oddity: A 1930's museum-issued postcard of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” that is, for whatever odd reason, sepia-toned...