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Bio

Given my mother's Pentax K1000 at the age  of 11,  I continue to  peer through the lens at this world in awe of the beauty that surrounds us.
Using angles that I hope brings the memories of these places to a place in the mind that is easy to access.   With the addition of the iPhone and Macbook Air, I began to catalog the images I have spent years photographing.
 
With the addition of my latest work, the Doors of Bear Island, I was able to begin to exhibit and sell my photographs rapidly.  I have a permanent installation at UCSF Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center in San Francisco.
In a world that at times can be filled with chaos and industrial structures marring our vision, I remain focused on nature.  Acting as the conduit that captures these moments, the hope is to bring peace and admiration of this planet to those that live here.
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