Having settled in Denver, Colo., after years of living and working as a professional photographer in New York City and San Francisco, I spend my days (and quite a few nights) taking pictures. My love for photography is more than a passion; it’s an obsession, and I’m constantly in search for the next story I can tell through my camera lens.
Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before. ~ Captain Kirk
My wonderful assistant Eunice Brownlee on the job and ready for action!
The Butterfly Pavilion was the nation’s first stand-alone non-profit invertebrate zoo. In its exhibits visitors interact with live invertebrates from around the globe.
The mission of the Butterfly Pavilion is to foster an appreciation of butterflies and other invertebrates while educating the public about the need for conservation of threatened habitats in the tropics and around the...
I have had the great fortune of photographing the Bradford family for years now. We meet up annually to do our family portrait session. This year we met up at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado. I truly look forward to seeing Linda, Aaron and Finland. I hope to photograph this family for many...
(also known as the Festival of Lights)
As you can see I do holiday photos. This is by far my favorite holiday photo commission. My buddy Andy over at Kaladi Brothers Coffee and I came up with this thoughtful image he is sharing with his family and close friends. It’s an honest image in many...
Maurya Kerr, choreographer and friend of mine from San Francisco had a show at Redline gallery in Denver, Colorado in conjunction with Ballet Nouveau Colorado. It was awesome to see her again. The following photos are from a dress rehearsal from the show A Shared Experience.
Brianna Martray’s “Shadow Play” at DIA is in concourse A for a limited time. It’s beautiful. She is a Denver artist and friend of mine. She asked me to photograph her installation at DIA for her publications. American Contemporary Art (September 2011) pages. 28-29 show a little bit of her piece. see link attached.