I have been photographing since 1969. My main interest has been landscapes, both natural and man-made.
My passion for natural landscapes began as a boy in rural northwest New Jersey. Exploring the woods, fields, and streams near my home, I found that certain places—a pine forest, a rock cliff, a rushing brook—beckoned me back.
After college, I moved to New York City and soon began exploring all of its urban diversity. I find the urban landscape just as seductive as the pastoral landscapes of my youth.
I have studied the art of photography with teachers who have guided and inspired me: Leonard Freed (Magnum), Sean Kernan, Ruth Orkin, Bruce Barnbaum, Jay Dusard, Jack Dykinga, and Lynn Saville.
Since my retirement from a career in technology, I have dedicated myself full-time to photography. My wife, Joan, and I now divide our time between New York City and the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.