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This site is primarily a showcase of my fine art photography. The statement and biography should provide further insight into what motivates and guides my art. I use multiple processes to create: black and white and color film, gelatin silver prints, digital, drawing, collage and video.

The image above, What We See is a Veil, is from the series, Mosaic. Photography is a medium of light just as dance is a medium of movement. The camera's ability to capture what is usually agreed upon as "reality" is the least of its possibilities. It has a great ability to capture that which is unseen, beneath the surface and hidden from view, similar to an iceberg, which is 90% underwater and mostly invisible, but is no less real. This is abstraction. Most of my work from its beginning was abstract in some manner.