I create images that celebrate the spirit and beauty of the American Landscape, and like my father before me, photography is my passion and my career. There is a special quality to the endless variations of shadow and light on stone and rock, and the wondrous sight of clouds scattered by the wind that draws my attention. The exhilarating experience of discovering them in a unique way, at the precise moment of exposure, for me is always new.

I find my photography restorative, and often, while I’m travelling I am reminded that inspiration can come from unlikely places. In the world of solidity and structure, the silence of the desert and the forces of wind and water resounds with images that are stirring, touching, and profound.

I work with three cameras: a 4x5 Horseman, a Hasselblad, and a Nikon D800. My technique with the Horseman camera is necessarily deliberate and I enjoy the introspective process of looking through the ground glass and the ability to use the camera’s movements. I prefer the Hasselblad and Nikons when versatility and mobility are my priority.



First place, The State Museum of Pennsylvania “Art of the State" 2015 juried exhibition.

First Place, Festival of the Arts, Bel Air, Md.

National Park Service: “Oneida Falls” chosen for their 2014 calendar.

A&M Press: Images from my "Temporal & Eternal" portfolio selected for publication

Outdoor Photographer magazine: "Elakala Falls" image and text published in the August issue.

Cowboys & Indians Magazine: Finalist in the 2016, 2013 and 2012 ‘Photographing The West’ issues.

Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center: Juried Art Show.

The Perkins Center for the Arts: 4 images selected for exhibition.

Immaculata University: images selected for exhibition.

The Tyme Gallery: shared exhibition.

The Z Gallery: solo exhibition.

The Chadds Ford Historical Center: Juried Art Show

The Haddonfield Fine Arts Fair: Juried Art Show

The Rehoboth Art League: “Art is Healing, Healing is Art” exhibition

First Place, Delaware Valley Artist Guild