I became interested in photography a number of years ago – in the days before digital – and switched to digital in more recent years. Currently, I use a Panasonic GH3 with Panasonic lenses.
Initially, I thought I’d concentrate on landscapes. Over the years, my interests have broadened to include cityscapes, night photography, people in their natural environments, travel, and children at play. I have also created suites of photographs using infrared, pinhole, and zone plate technology. Current projects include street and construction site photography.
After my retirement, I decided to pursue digital photography and have studied at local colleges. My style has developed through my use of composition, lighting, and photo editing.
I have participated in workshops sponsored by National Geographic, the Mentor Series, and by working with photographers both in the States and abroad.
- February, 2014 The Peninsula Art Institute group show- The Song Inside My Head
- May, 2014 Avenue 25 Gallery group show- The Glass House
- July, 2014 Caldwell Gallery group show- Luminous Essays
- Spring, 2015 Packard Children’s Hospital on-going display of LPCH Construction Photography