It began in 1978 with a leave of absence from my engineering job to photograph the western national parks. after being on the road for three months I knew that everything else just seemed like a waste of time. A year later I opened Exposures Gallery in the upstate New York hamlet of Sugar Loaf and began a new life that has stood the test of time. For over four decades the camera has been my vehicle to experience the endless beauty and wonder of our planet. My work as a photographer, above all, is about light. Its transformative powers can turn the ordinary into something extraordinary. When I find a place that interests me I plan out the photograph I want to make by studying the weather conditions ahead of time to put me in the right place at the right time.

Over the years I have had the great fortune to experience so many special places. Averaging two or three trips away from my home in the Hudson Valley each year adds up. Out-of-the-way less traveled parts of the world is where I’m drawn. To accommodate the work, the gallery space in Sugar Loaf is divided to provide for changing travel exhibits and my ever-growing Hudson Valley portfolio. Take time to enjoy the special moments in time I’ve captured over the years. It is truly my pleasure to share them with you.