My passion is to make images of people just being themselves, relating to each other or their environment. I admire Henri Cartier-Bresson, whose work has been called “the poetry of human encounters on the street.” That’s a beautiful description that serves as my inspiration. Life is full of discovery and I hope viewers experience that in my photography.
Father, husband, dog owner, photographer, music lover, ... I have lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin all my life but have traveled to the South Pacific, Western Europe, South America, and 48 states of the USA. I also spent time in New York City each year from 2008 - 2018 to do street photography, which culminated in my book, Seeing You In New York.
I am honored that my fine art photography has been juried into numerous shows, and my work is in the collection of the Racine Art Museum. My stock images have been licensed through Alamy for many publications, textbooks, and corporate websites.