Ann Arbor, MIUSA 48104
May 5, 2014
I've been photographing since childhood. As a forester and as an archaeologist, my camera was a tool of my trade; I used it to record landscapes, plants, stone tools. After graduating with a degree in photography, my camera has become more of a paintbrush to me. I use it to create fine art imagery.
I use several types of cameras. Each has its strengths. Among them are a Canon G1X, a Canon IDS Mark III, and my iPhone.
I plan to produce photographs as part of specific projects. Each will take the form of a portfolio. Some may be published as books.
South shore of Lake Superior, perhaps between the Sault and Taquamenon Falls.
I definitely enjoy all three of those.
I have worked as a forester, archaeologist, professor, and photographer. I am trained in the study of landscapes. My photographic interest revolves around close ups and abstractions, focusing on forms, patterns, and play of light on surfaces.