I am enjoying photography for more than 25 years. Through my images, I try to
project a unique view of everyday surroundings as I see abstract beauty in all
aspects of life. My works have been acquired throughout United States and
abroad by individuals seeking modern and contemporary art, as well as
displayed at several galleries (brick & mortar and on-line).

My style of photography is mostly in the Abstract and Minimalistic category,
although I do enjoy other types of photography as well. Most of my photography
is natural - I usually do not pre-stage nor digitally manipulate my objects. There
are times when I like to experiment with my images and on rare occasion will
create something that normally does not exist.    

All of my images are copyrighted and are my property.  Please don’t distribute them without my explicit
permission – first of all, that is just not cool and also illegal.  If you want an image in digital format, ask me
– I might consider it.
In either case, I paint my digital canvas with existing images. People are often puzzled by my photographs and are
surprised when told what they are looking at, because they never looked at the object in the same way it is depicted
in my work.  In our modern society, people are so bound by dictated standards that they have difficulty stepping
outside of the established norm.

In the past analog days, I’ve used Nikon 35mm cameras. I still have them and use them once in a while. Over the last
several years, I mainly use digital photo equipment – plenty of bells and whistles, but the basics are still the same.  
Composition is still the main key, doesn’t matter what format.  Whenever I travel, I take my camera with me and make
sure I have time for photo sessions. In the end, my goal is to open people’s eyes and minds through esthetically
pleasing art that lends itself to infinite interpretations.  

This site was opened on May 12, 2005.  Your comments, suggestions and requests (if any) are welcome: