I’m a vagabond who likes travel photography and writing about the places I see. My work concentrates on the natural world, from large-scale panorams to the smallest details, in color or black and white.
View my portfolio of my favorite images over time, sorted by categories I like.
- Sunday Serenity: Occasional photo essays reflecting on modern living.
- Close to Home 2020: 30 early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, sheltering in Gainesville, Florida.
- Family Stories: Creating snapshots of place and time.
- Coast to Coast: Photographs Across America, published in 2018. Available in hardcover or ebook formats.
- Daylilies: Flowers from Peg’s Garden, published in 2017 (requires Shutterfly account).
Here’s the photography gear I use.
My advice when looking for a camera? Try before you buy.
Find a good camera store or go to a place like Best Buy and try them out. See what sizes fit your hands (too big or too heavy, and you won’t use it as much) and what menu system fits your brain. For example, Canon’s menu system confuses me, but for some reason, Sony’s menu system makes sense to me; you might find the reverse is try.
We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.