I photograph Intimate Landscapes. If I love my subject, only then can I come close to doing it justice. For forty-five years, my photographic passion has revealed the essence of wildness.
Photographs are made, not taken. Because the final print or interpretation of the image is highly personal, I do all my own processing.
The computer is my darkroom, Adobe Lightroom is used for traditional techniques such as dodging and burning, color balance, contrast, and density. The final photographic print is an Archival Pigment Photograph with a display life of 90 years.
These archival pigment photographs are prepared by me on heavyweight, 100% cotton paper and mounted and matted with 100% museum rag board. Each photograph is signed and numbered.
I continue to be inspired by the beauty of the natural world.
Archival Pigment Photograph
17″ x 22″
Spring Columbia River Gorge, OR
10″ x 25″
Oaks, Columbia River Gorge ,OR
17″ x 24″