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Do you have a studio or 'brick-and-mortar' store-front location?
No. I am primarily a location photographer and work from my home office. I am capable and proficient in a studio environment, but much prefer the excitement and adventure of creating imagery 'in the wild' or on-the-run. I do not have a 'brick-and-mortar' retail gallery location of my own at this time, as my gallery showings are also on-location and/or online.
What equipment do you use?
I typically don't have a ton of gear. My philosophy on this has always been that if I can't carry it on my person while working, or tracking my subject matter in its environment, then I don't want it. This is no hindrance by any means, as it forces an image creator to be creative with the tools in possession; thus creating something that is far from typical or average every time regarding its perspective or sense of compression in a scene.Canon R5 mirrorless camera system Both Canon EF and RF lenses from 16mm to 800mm Canon Speedlite system Manfrotto Tripod with Cinema Pan/Tilt Head Think Tank camera bag 24+ years of practical experience and practice :)
What do you want to accomplish through your work?
I love to be inspired by good stories and experiences, and I use that toward inspiring others. I care about a lot of things, but mostly it's about my environment and sharing all of the GOOD things in, and about it. I think that most people desire to feel good most if not all of the time, so I want my work to do that when people see and experience it. I am lucky to have proof of this with every gallery event that I show my work in; people respond and connect with heartfelt enjoyment.
What subject matter, or genre do you specialize in?
I get asked this question a lot, and my response is that I specialize in inspiration. There are just so many good things in life to experience and express in imagery and print; to just focus only on one thing or subject seems far too limiting. Why limit a good and inspiring experience?
What is the biggest impact your images have had to date?
There have been many actually, where I get a phone call or an email from someone that I've worked with that expresses an enormous amount of heartfelt joy and contentment with the imagery that I've created. One particular response is actually listed in my Testimonials section, where a client (who is now a good friend) expressed that she had done both professional modeling and acting in her career, but it wasn't until she saw the images of her that I created, that she actually saw how beautiful she is. There isn't much that beats this kind of response; I love being able to do this.
Do other photographers or artists inspire you?
Absolutely. I grew up with publications like National Geographic, Ranger Rick, and Chickadee magazines; but it didn't stop there. Pencil and painting artists are an inspiration too. Photographers Art Wolfe, Jim Brandenburg, and my mom were a few of the first photographers that made a noteable impression. Robert Bateman, Carl Brenders, and Bob Ross are also inspiring. Has anyone ever seen Bob Ross on PBS and not been inspired by all the happy creatures and places? :)
Do you have a question for me? Let me know via my Contact page.
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