My first photograph was of Niagara Falls when I was about thirteen. My dad had given me his old Argus 75 twin lens reflex and I was very proud to have my own camera. I still have that photo and I smile every time I see it.

I photographed then, as now, to remember things as they are at a moment in time. The pace of change in our world continues to accelerate so rapidly that these small points are often quickly forgotten.

My work is currently focusing on portraits and still life.

I also have several series on which I continue to work: The Central Avenue Project documents present day Central Avenue (old Route 66) in downtown Albuquerque, NM;  Every Ruin Was Once A Dream concentrates on ruined buildings in northern and central New Mexico and We Remember The Dead documents New Mexico cemeteries.






White Hat (Self Portrait)
Pigment print
22" x 15"