My work is exclusively black and white and toned images influenced by my environment. Residing in Boston, Massachusetts, with close proximity to the ocean, provides excellent photographic opportunities for architectural and coastal studies. My prints have an image size of 8×8 inches or 13×13 inches and use Cranes Museo Silver Rag, one of the finest photographic papers available.
Primarily self-taught, I have studied the works and techniques of masters such as Michael Kenna, Ansel Adams and Hiroshi Sugimoto. My photographic tools consist of 4×5 large format view and pinhole camera as well as full frame digital. Along the way, I have been fortunate enough to be encouraged and influenced by many fine photographers throughout the world. Many of whom I consider my friends. There are three loves in my life, my wife Deborah, photography and surfing, all of which help to keep me centered. Ten percent of all purchases benefit The Surfrider Foundation, whose mission is the protection of the world’s oceans and beaches.