I bought my first Canon camera in Japan when I was fourteen years old. I was shooting houses for profit when I was fifteen, and weddings at seventeen. My transition to commercial photography happened in Las Vegas in my early twenties, and then on to professional architectural photography in Dallas fifteen years later. Creating meaningful photography that serves a purpose is what I have always done best.
When I'm not shooting architectural projects I can be found riding my bicycle (try RAGBRAI, it's a blast), puttering in the yard (few things are more satisfying than digging up dallisgrass by the roots) and watching my grandkids grow up. I'm not the guy who can sit in his easy chair for more than an hour and let's not even talk about golf. Just give me a job and I'm happy.