The following images are just a representative selection of the landscape photos I've made since I began shooting with a 4X5 technical field camera in 1991. They appear in approximate chronological order; the year each image was made is indicated by the first two digits in its number (e.g., Image #9116 was made in 1991). Click/tap on a thumbnail image to see it larger, along with its title; click/tap on the larger image to return to this page.
If you are a student, I'd like to suggest a few things to look for. First, as you browse through these images, you might see some evolution of my style over time, but keep in mind that as of 1991 I had been an avid photographer for almost thirty years -- so I had already done a lot of evolving. Your skill and your photographic "eye" will grow and change over time, too, as you yourself will. Pay close attention to the composition of these images -- the distribution of visual elements and the sense of dynamic balance. What does the composition of a particular image contribute to its overall feeling or expressiveness? What might you have done differently in composing or processing it? What story do you think I'm trying to tell with it? Finally, in several instances I have included two or more images of the same subject; the point is that once you've photographed a subject, don't stop. Stay with it for a few moments and see if it bears different interpretations. What other stories are there to tell about it? Are there other photo opportunities nearby?
Thank you for visiting my website. If you enjoy these images, I encourage you to browse through the indexes by topic and location, where you'll find many more. I welcome your comments and questions, and I wish you well in your quest to express your own thoughts and feelings through visual images!