During my 30 year career as a television producer and filmmaker, I have always had a passion for both storytelling and the technology to bring that story to life. I have produced everything from PBS documentaries to corporate videos, and no matter where the program will be seen, I still get a thrill from the art of filmmaking. I also enjoy the craft of hands-on filmmaking and am a skilled cameraman, director and editor with an intuitive knowledge of storytelling and digital imaging.
My interests are varied and include environmental issues, music, science and technology and a love of the American West. My photography and documentary film projects reflect my love of unspoiled country. I have been inspired by many great photographers and filmmakers but have worked hard to develop my own creative style.
Light, color, shape and texture have always intrigued me. I can spend hours watching the light change over a landscape. Unfortunately, when I’m working on a documentary project I rarely have the time to do so. The schedule and budget don’t allow it. That is why I find landscape photography so fulfilling. I can wander at my own pace and discover the fleeting moments that make for a stellar photograph.
Just as the best stories are sometimes found between the lines and away from the mainstream, the best light is often found in the boundaries between day and night. The interplay between shadow, light, shape, color and texture is what motivates me. My photography tries to capture a landscape that resonates with the soul and cuts to the essence of the moment.... just like a great documentary.