2019 Featured Artist "UCR Geometrics 101" Show Palm Desert, CA

2019 Metamorphosis Exhibition Palm Springs Art Museum

2019 Palm Springs Museum Artists Council Show

2018 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris Bronze Winner "Salton Sea" Feature

2018 Center for Fine Art Photography Juried show: B&W

2018 Photoplace Gallery, VT Juried show: B&W

2018 Amanda Smith Gallery "Director's Award" Vistas Show

2016 Palm Springs Art Museum Juried show: Best of Show

2016 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris: Honorable Mention

2016 Photographer's Forum Annual Show: Finalist

2016 Rebecca Fine Arts Group Show

2015 Beverly Hills Art Show: 3rd Place in Photography

2015 IPA "Lucie Awards": Honorable Mention for 4 images 2015 New York Photography Festival "Last Picture Show": Finalist

2015 Photographer's Forum Annual Show: Finalist

2015 Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria, OR "Mother Earth": juried show

2015 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris: 5 Honorable Mentions

2015 Center for Fine Art Photography Ft Collins, CO: Juried Landscape Exhibition


2020 Camerapixo "We Inspire 48" Featured Photographer

2019 Dodho eMagazine feature on  “Positive and Negative: Urban Abstract”

2019 Jugular Magazine- Salton Sea Feature Article

2019 Dodho eMagazine feature on Patagonia

2018 LensWork- Seeing in Sixes

2018 Dodho eMag-Feature article on "Salton Sea" series

2017 Camerapixo “We Inspire” Volume 14

2017 Featured Photographer Blur Magazine #54

2017 Featured Photographer Adore Noir Magazine #36

2016 Camerapixo Cover “We Inspire” Volume 12

2015 Camerapixo "Fine Art" Urban Nature issue

2015 Atomic Ranch Magazine: Commissioned article on Rancho Mirage Architecture

2015 "Desert Modernist": Cover photograph and contributing photographer

2014 Desert Magazine: First Place Landscape, First Runner up Architecture

Photography and Creative Services

About the Photographer

I look for nature’s beauty and the man-made beauty of an architect’s vision to find light, shadow, texture and a sense of balance. I concentrate on composition and use the camera and light to create a new vision of the image I see. I look for design in the normally overlooked aspects of and object or a scene. I focus on the elements that make up a vast architectural structure, a deserted homestead or the beauty of nature’s designs in a landscape. I produce what my mind sees yet remain true to the architects or natures intent. There is design in everything I see, it is the eye that finds the right angle and composition to make what is presented to us an image of art. I look around, I set the camera for a shot and then look behind me, I look up, I look forever. There is always another way to look and find a new image, the next image to capture. If I can see it with my mind’s eye, I can create it. If I can't see it then the best camera and lens will not be able to capture it. I went to Brooklyn Technical High School in New York City where I studied design and picked up my first Nikon, a Nikkormat FTN. I also attended the prestigious Art Students League in New York during my last 2 years of High School. I started at Rochester Institute of Technology as a Design student. After taking Photographic Design class with Bee Nettles I found myself drawn to what I could do with the camera and black and white film and switched my major to Photographic Illustration. I graduated in 1974 on the Dean’s list with a BFA in Photography as a Fine Art. Immediately upon graduation moved to Washington, DC and became a teaching assistant at the acclaimed Corcoran College of Art + Design working for the acclaimed photographic instructor Paul Kennedy. That led to a career in DC as a freelance commercial photographer. I was offered a job to be a Director of Photography on a clay animated feature film, from there it led to a career in the Animation and Visual effects business. Now I have left that business and returned to the photography I was trained for. A passion for Architecture and Film Noir has led to a series of black and white images highlighting the architecture of Palm Springs and the many diverse structures around the world. A series on the Los Angeles downtown area has brought many awards and been featured in a number of exhibitions and published internationally