These days everyone’s a photographer.
But there was a time when photography was a craft that required time and investment. An exciting new visual art form that came with its own set of rules. Rules which meant that one had to learn about light, and how it behaved when passing through a lens, and interacted chemically with film. Now, though the materials have changed, the most important tool remains the same: light.
I studied photography at Pratt Institute, back in the early 1990s, before people had any idea that in just over a decade digital photography would overwhelm the field and render much of my skills completely useless.
Since then I moved onto other pursuits, drifted through the realms of graphic design, web stuff and publishing. But I always tried to do photography in some sort of fashion.
With the advent of the internet, and websites like flickr I started putting my photos – mostly personal online. But there are some that I am proud of and that I display here.