My father was a photographer. My father’s father was a photographer. And before that my father’s father’s father was a photographer. Okay, not really, but my dad was a photographer and he taught me everything I know about composition, lighting and exposure.
I began shooting in high school with a 28mm lens mounted on an old Minolta x-570 loaded with Tri-X film that I developed in our high school’s darkroom. Today, I shoot digitally using a mix of Canon, Olympus and Apple equipment.
My images have been published globally in Digital SLR Photography, and featured on regional tourism websites and newspapers. Many of the images you see were captured locally in Bucks County, Pa., and during my travels to some of the world's most beautiful cities.
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States