I became a photographer during the last five years of my twenty year Air Force career. At the time, I oversaw the Photographic Laboratory at the United States Air Force Academy.
After I retired, I worked as a photographer for Texas Governor Dolph Briscoe's administration.
In 1980, I became the Photographer of Fine Art at the Blanton Museum of Art
, The University of Texas at Austin. In 1998 I began to pursue my own photography and web design. I have participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions and most recently exhibited a photographic montage of Jewish daily life within the historic Marais district of Paris, France at the Gallery at the J, The Dell Center, Austin, Texas.
My photographs often capture macroscopic image’s of natures colors and forms. Isolating these objects from their environment allows me to explore the psychological impact of nature’s abstractions. I also document my travels in the Southwestern United States, France, England and Italy. These photographs reflect my interests in architectural landscapes and the reflections of city life. All images are digitally photographed and computer enhanced.