Back in college an art professor had a small red and yellow placard hanging in his home that read:
CAUTION- You may have art in your home you are unaware of.
I have always taken that to heart. I see art in my travels every day, in small details and larger patterns everywhere I go. Looking at the world this way has played a large part in my development as a photographer.
A twenty-five year member of the Cinematographer's Guild, I have been steadily putting more and more time into my still photography work, particularly over the last ten years.
My documentary work includes a trip to Standing Rock, North Dakota in 2016, The Women’s March, Washington, D.C., 2017, and the Black Lives Matter protests, Washington, D.C., 2020 as well as several ongoing series.
I work primarily in found objects and situations, industrial/architectural detail, as well as documentary and street photography. I rarely stage anything and post processing is minimal.
I am currently working on multiple series, including among others, Rural South Carolina, Curbside, Folly Beach, Suburban Lawn, Urban Street and Close on the Ground 

Shows:
Park Circle Gallery, North Charleston, SC  February 2023
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