I've been photographing landscapes, mostly in the American West and Midwest, for nearly thirty years. Over the years I've attended workshops with acclaimed photographers such as Tupper Ansel Blake, Craig Blacklock, Galen Rowell, Bill Fortnoy, Keith Walklet and Tom Bol. All have given me a sense of wild lands and how they touch the human spirit, providing a context to my own discoveries.
I'm also a novelist. My latest fiction, Dearly Befuddled, is a romantic comedy about a landscape photographer shooting the Yellowstone wedding of a woman he's hopelessly stuck on. Check it out!
Hopefully, my images portray the beauty and fragility of public lands that belong to all of us, and convey to others the peace and freedom I find when I put on my hiking boots and leave the road behind. Some of these images are available via Photoshelter, but you can contact me to buy or license any of them.