I have always had the camera “bug” in my blood.  I started taking family photos at a very early age with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye.  I went on to use a 110 then upgraded to a 120.  I received a Pentax K1000 for a graduation gift and have never looked back.  I did go through a phase of not shooting - from 1993 through 2001 but did pick up the camera again with the purchase of an old Minolta 35mm.  I soon found my older Pentax lenses and soon went digital with a Pentax K-200.  Since then I have outgrown the older lenses and K-200, I now shoot with a Pentax K3-ii and Pentax FA lenses (I also own a few Sigma Art lenses and a Tamron).  


My favorite subjects are waterfalls.  I have photographed hundreds in the Carolinas and nearly one hundred in Oregon/Washington.  I also enjoy macro, architecture and black & white.


As a member of the Durham Photography Club, I have presented on the many ways to photograph waterfalls.  I have also conducted demonstrations on Black & White conversion utilizing Adobe Lightroom, NiK Silver Efex and MacPhun Tonality CK.


Awards and Recognition:


2015 Showing and Display at WakeMed, Cary

2016 Juried into NC State Fair Photographics Exhibition

2016 Kakalak Poetry and Art Journal - Publication of two photographic art pieces

2017 Kakalak Poetry and Art Journal - Publication of two photographic art pieces

2018 Carolina Nature Photographers Annual Convention - Honorable Mention


Member of:

Durham NC Photography Club

Cary NC Photographic Society

Carolina Nature Photographers Association

Cameras - Pentax K-3II and Pentax K-5IIs. Lenses are Pentax, Sigma and Tamron. I also carry a small Nikon point-and-shoot for quick shots.