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Beyond – new series and new approach

I’m always looking for new ways of creating images and expanding my perception pf photography.  Recently I’ve been looking for ways to create images that encompass formats and techniques that span the history of photography.  The Beyond series is a new approach to image making for me.  The images in the series are comprised of […]


Alternative Process Prints – Affordable Original Art

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Exibiting in CPAC’s 2014 Annual Members Show

One of my images was chosen for CPAC’s 2014 Annual Members Show. 65 images by 57 photographers were chosen by juror Mark Sink from more than 450 images submitted by 90 members of CPAC for the show. The image is part of a larger series of surrealistic images based on the persistence of dreams.  […]


Does the World Need Another Pretty Picture?

Over the years I have struggled immensely with what the value and purpose of my photography should be.  The simple road would be to create pretty or trendy pictures that appealed to the masses.  Marketing savvy would be paramount to skill, technique or vision along this route.  Money, fame, adoration, at least among your social […]


Sunset Sandstorm

Sunset Sandstorm This was on of the most surreal experiences of my life.  I was in the desert surrounded by  white sand.  It was freezing out and the wind was gusting upwards of 50 mph creating a sandstorm.  The conditions and white sand made it feel like I was in a blizzard surrounded by snow.  […]


Colorado River Reflections

Colorado River Reflections This is one of those images where the stars seem to align and something magical happens.  I was traveling west of Moab heading toward Potash along the Colorado River.  I had planned to photograph Jug Handle Arch and some petroglyphs in the early morning light.  While I was winding through the canyon […]


Clouds and Dreams

Clouds and Dreams This is one of those images that can never be recreated.  The reason being is the purely random pattern of the clouds.  The landscape itself hasn’t changed for hundreds if not thousands of years but the sky is always changing.   Creating images like this involves embracing the change and working with […]

Sands and Rails

Sands and Rails

Sands and Rails   Few things have had as big of an impact on the American West as have railroads.  In many ways they have defined the west.  Countless towns and cities owe their existence to the rail roads.  Today they have lost the importance that they one had but they still make me wonder.  […]


Art vs. Documentary Photography

Fajada Moon There are frequent arguments about what constitutes art.  These arguments often appear to be too common in photography circles.  Many people believe that photographic images should not be manipulated at all.  The correct and proper image is the one straight out of the camera, “get it right in the camera”, is often heard.  […]


Lone Cottonwood

Lone Cottonwood   Cottonwood Here again are two different takes on the same subject.  Cottonwood is more of an environmental portrait of the tree.  It gives you a sense of where it lives and the color adds reality to the image.  In Lone Cottonwood the environment  is minimized and the color is stripped away leaving […]