Like many photographers, I have been reinvigorated by the advent of digital photography. Control of the image from concept to print allows me to present exactly what I percieved when the picture was taken.
As many of my peers I started with a Brownie, graduated to various types of Kodak cameras and film formats, leaped into the world of 35mm, then lost touch for about 10 years. Until recently I shot with a Nikon D200 but have just swapped it for a new D300.
Graduate of New York Institute of Photography
Santa Fe Workshops - stock photography with Patrick Donehue, mastering the D800 with Michael Clark
National Geographic Traveler
Pacific Northwest College of Art - digital imaging