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Photography has been a part of my life since I was a young boy growing up in eastern Ohio. I received formal education in photography during my college days, and have worked at keeping my skills and knowledge updated ever since that time.


While my photographic interests are diverse, most of my work centers on landscapes, nature, and street photography. Human interest photography is a growing interesting, as illustrated by my recent human trafficking photography and poetry series.


On a personal level, photography has been a journey to see everyday life in a fresh and authentic way. I enjoy using photography to help others develop a visual understanding of the world. 


I am always on the look-out for interesting photographic opportunities. Please feel free to contact me with your ideas and suggestions.


My recent exhibits include:

  • Cleveland Sense of Place Exhibit at Beachwood Public Library (2014)

  • Soul of Cleveland Exhibit at River's Edge (2014)

  • Human Trafficking Photo and Poetry Exhibit at Notre Dame College, West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, Greater Cleveland Collaborative to End Human Trafficking, and Kendal at Oberlin (2014-2015)

  • Ashtabula County @ Work Exhibit (Organizer and exhibitor) (2015)


You can view some of my photographs here:


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