People have said they can easily imagine themselves in my photographs, and that is exactly what I am going for.

My photographic style reflects the more subtle and serene moments of life, focusing on the wonderful scenery the New England region has to offer: pristine waterfalls, rustic covered bridges, lush green summers, colorful fall foliage, the seacoast and more.

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When working on an image, I strike a balance between the moment (as I can best remember it) and taking advantage of what digital photography and post-processing have to offer.

In some cases, objects have been removed to avoid distractions, but absolutely nothing has been inserted or swapped here.

These are photographs, they are what my camera recorded. That orange-sherbet colored water is the result of a long exposure during the fall foliage season.

The exceptions are the galleries: Creative Cousins and High-Dynamic Range.

Ansel Adams was very excited about the possibilities of the digital image, and I believe he absolutely would have loved tools like Adobe Photoshop and the post-processing techniques now at our command.

Where I once had a black-and-white film darkroom starting in the mid-1970's, I have used a digital darkroom since 2003.

Post-processing has been with us from the very beginning of photography and today's digital capabilities are just a natural extension of that.

If you like what you see here, please select an image to print or get a custom coffee mug.

New images will be added as they are completed, so check back often and see what's new.

Thank you for visiting today.

"I think a photography class should be a requirement in all educational programs, because it makes you see the world rather than just look at it." 


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