Photography work has been natural for me, a channel of peace. Since childhood, I was always around cameras... My neighbor was a portrait photographer. It fascinated me as he moved around. It seemed like music! I love to work with the special light of early morning and early evening. I shoot my best pictures then. It is also the time when the fish are starting to rise to the surface and the fly-fishing is good, my other great passion! Using my camera is like taking an elixir from the fountain of youth. It energizes me, I become aware of my surroundings and focus in on composition. I feel exceptionally lucky to have this gift. I changed from my 35 mm film camera to a digital SLR.
I graduated from Boston University with a degree in Photojournalism. Moving from Boston to rural Maine and then to New Mexico, I fell in love with the countryside and the rural lifestyle. We moved again and settled in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire. As my wife pursued her nursing career I became the stay at home dad for our two daughters. When they were school age, I started part-time carpentry, which blossomed into a building profession lasting for many successful years. I never put my camera down and have had the opportunity to travel in many places, experiencing the different colors of different landscapes.
143 Nelson Road
PO Box 86
Harrisville, NH 03450
"Across the Bridge" - Harrisville, NH July 2008
"Apples in The Ice" - Harrisville, NH Icestorm Dec 15, 2008
"Blue Monadnock" - Mt Monadnock from Childs Bog, Harrisville, NH August 2008