My passion for photography began in 1971 when my wife, Linda, gave me a used Argus C3. From that first roll of Kodachrome my love of all things photographic has continued to grow.
After receiving a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University, I worked as an engineer and salesman in the automotive industry for 38 years before moving on to full time professional photography.
My photographs are an eclectic mix ranging from landscapes and wildlife to historic church architecture, handbell concerts, bicycling and more. My images have been published by the Jubilation Ringers of Asbury United Methodist Church, Old St. Georges historic Methodist Church in Philadelphia and The Interpreter magazine.
I have received training at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in Missoula Montana. I currently reside in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley with my wife Linda and have traveled from Africa to Ireland to America’s West capturing the beauty of God’s creation.