As far back as I can remember I've always had a camera. In the early days my photos were holiday snaps or taken at family events. They were memories of people and places to be cherished, but that's where it stopped. I simply wanted to record the moment and move on.
That changed in September 1997 in Beijing. I took a quick snap of a Confucius statue, and when I saw the resulting photo I knew I was hooked. It was at that point that I started seeing photography as art.
It changed the way I look at the world and everything within it; people, places and things. I've been fortunate to see a lot of the world and meet a lot of wonderful people along the way. I've seen beauty everywhere; around the world and around the block. Sometimes that beauty lasts for just a brief moment in time...but with a camera, I can make it last forever.
The photos on this web site are, in my opinion, the best the I have taken. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I have enjoyed taking them.