” I approach photography much as Alfred Hitchcock approached making films. “
I approach photography much as Alfred Hitchcock approached making films. He once said ‘I don’t create pictures, I make goosebumps’. I suppose you could say, that is what I strive for! I started out as a bored American teenager when my father took a Job in the Middle East. That was when the passion of photography found me. Soon after, I was paid by International Newspapers and travel publications for my work by age 15. I am so lucky to live in the City of Long Beach in Southern California. The location affords me the opportunity to shoot almost any genre on a whim – black and white, night (blue hour) and landscape are my passions. Much of my work is on exhibit in Long Beach California at: Liberty Gallery, CALB Gallery in Shoreline Village, Bungalow Gallery and an extensive exhibit at Paradise Restaurant through January 2015. My architecture and real estate photos are featured throughout 2015 in MSN Life Style. “Broken’ is presently on the AIF Museum road tour from New York. It is also being shown in Russia’s contemporary Museum of Art.