I grew up in a highly active photographic environment, so it’s no big surprise that it interested me at an early age.  I eagerly took awful photos with my little Kodak Instamatic for years.  I even put them into photo albums as if to keep them forever, only to finally jettison them in preparation for an overseas move as an adult.


I always had a camera of some sort and I even took a course or two about technique, but I have never had any formal training.  I tabled my interest in photography for several years while I pursued my degree in design, and I didn’t engage again until I was already a practicing architect.  In fact, credit for reawakening my interest in photography can largely be laid with my flat-mate in London who is an excellent photographer.  I am eternally grateful for that.


The subjects of my photographs vary from objects and settings of the built environment to the wonders of the natural world.  In essence, it is that which strikes me, nothing more, nothing less.  All of my work is subjected to very little editing, if any at all.  What you see is basically what I saw at that moment, a reflection of the world as a truly resplendent place.

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