A photograph represents a moment-in-time. Each photo is unique, singular.
I take great pride in composing photographs and ‘waiting for the light’. My goal is to create images that evoke a visceral response; a sense of calm, excitement, joy, motivation, or memory of a past experience. For me there is no higher compliment than for an admirer to tell me an image triggered a joyful memory, stimulated a wishful thought of exploration, or moved them to volunteer their time to preserve our natural world. I hope my images moved you as well.
My portfolio is subdivided into photo galleries; Abstracts & Intimate Landscapes, Land & Seascapes, National Parks & Monuments, and Waterfalls. I’ve also added special categories for Collections, Limited Editions & Unique Presentations. As you explore the galleries & consider a purchase know that nearly anything is possible. The website is a starting point. Be inspired but not limited by website choices. Contact us with questions, comments or special design needs.
Sometimes a subject or composition just won’t fit the standard camera photo format or that space on your wall. The Unique Presentation gallery is the place you’ll find non-traditional size photographs. So if you’re looking for a long & narrow piece to fit that space above the fireplace, or square pieces to fit the open stairway wall, or a tall narrow space between rooms, we can help.
Remember, the website is a starting point. Contact us with your questions or special design needs.
Collections & Limited Editions
Collections are groups of photographs that have something in common; a theme, a location, or a mood. Each collection set is personally curated. Consider creating your own collection. Choose a set of forest photos, seascapes or mountain tops. Then contact me to discuss your collection idea & get a quote. A multiple-print discount has been applied to all collection prices.
Limited Edition photos are self-selected ‘special’ images. Only 250 prints of each image is printed. This scarcity makes them distinct and collectable.
Print Purchase Process
Instinctive Vs. Methodical Approach
Some clients know instinctively what they want right down to the final detail. However, my experience is the opposite. When there are too many decisions or choices the result is often paralysis by analysis!
Remedy one, get help by calling or emailing me with your ‘end game’ objective. For example, I want to purchase multiple prints for a new craftsman style home, I want to buy a single print for my happy place …my reading nook, or I am interested in acquiring prints for our medical office that will calm & comfort patients and family members.
Remedy two, read my DIY step-by-step Photo Print Buyers Guide. The advice guide outlines the pre-buying considerations, print size, format & finish options, and the practical aspects of displaying the photographic artwork.
Read on to learn more about the print buying process.
My portfolio consists of hundreds of images. Selecting an image requires a little thought. Here is an excerpt from the buyers guide recounting how a client and her family used my advice to select and buy a print.
“After the first portfolio review they agreed on a composition type. The consensus was it had to be a mountain scene and it had to be a scene that was familiar to them. Quickly the list of a hundred possibilities became a double digit list.”
Ordering A Print
You are welcome to use my online web store to purchase a print. Follow the steps after selecting an image. There are a number of choices to make before you reach the ‘shopping cart checkout’.
It may be easier to simply call or email me with your order or quote request. We can discuss the order voice to voice. My goal is make sure every order meets or exceeds the client’s expectations.