My photographic style evolved from an imperative to capture personal and fleeting memories, centering on the use of natural light to visualize emotion and evoke memory.
The offerings you find here are a visual demonstration of my style spanning 12 years of personal exploration and growth.
My son, Sean, and I traveled to New York City for the first Saint Patrick's Day parade after September 11, 2001. Every one there shared in the pride and resolve of the New York City Fire Department delegation. They had a huge presence. All of 5th Avenue from side to side, as far as we could see, was full of firemen. Each held a full size American flag, so there was a block of American flags up the street. I composed that image to capture the feeling.
My fascination with photography is about working my appreciation of a moment through the limitations camera and media, to present this feeling of mine to the viewer.
In the years since, I discovered creation techniques for painting with light and invested in more sophisticated equipment. Even so, my best photographs are the ones that come out of the camera as-is. This is the work I am happiest with.
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New Photography includes an expedition around South America (2016) and a tour of Ireland (2014) an exhibition of my work (2013).
Fine Art Gallery presents an overview of my work with links for purchasing art prints.
Prints is a presentation of offerings of high quality prints with testimonials.
Visit Services for information on licensing my images.
Click Testimonials and learn what people say about my work. You can also contact me (via email) and visit other web sites.