At ten years old, I fell in love. That was when I received my first camera.  And now, after 50+ years, many technical innovations, and multiple cameras later, I am still in love with the art of photography.

I have been blessed with time and resources to hone my craft over the years, however, striving for technical perfection has never been my primary goal.  Rather, my focus has always been to capture that special moment, precisely that unique moment that communicates the true essence and mood of the person or the location and one that is not easily repeated. 

Today, most of my shooting time is a combination of travel photography for travel magazines, event photography, as well as legal and evidentiary photography since I am also a licensed private investigator.  And, of course, with 11 grandchildren, I have become quite skilled at family photography.

 

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A Few Favorite Photography Quotes:

"Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst."  Henri Cartier-Bresson, Photographer, 1908-2004.

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”  Alfred Eisenstaedt, Photographer, 1898-1995.

“A camera is a tool for learning how to see without a camera.”  Dorothea Lange, Photographer, 1895-1965.