For almost 35 years now I’ve been wandering the world with my camera as a travel writer and photographer. My photography has been represented by stock photo agencies in New York and London and I’ve contributed images and travel articles to various publications, most notably, TravelAge West Magazine in Los Angeles.
When I first began my journeys, photography had yet to enter the digital era. In those days, I used 35mm film, mostly Kodachrome and Fuji Velvia. Somewhere in the new millennium I switched to digital imaging and never looked back. Many images on this site are from that pre-digital era and have obviously been digitized here. Many others, of course, were taken digitally and I hope I’ve eliminated any distinction between the two methods, silver and digital.
It’s my hope that you’ll browse the catalogs and find reasons to return often. Click on one of the headings above to view the images. The catalog heading ‘PLACES’ is organized by geography and is a good place to start, especially if you’re interested in visiting a particular country or region. I’ve included an introduction for each that offers some personal thoughts and insight you may find helpful.
The ‘GALLERIES’ tab is organized by geography, people and places and is just about the images.
There is also a blog that can help inform your travel decisions with my thoughts on specific places as well as some unusual travel experiences worth sharing. It’s my hope that some of the images and stories here will inspire you to get out there, to explore the world and make your own stories.
So, thanks again for stopping by and feel free to contact me by clicking on the ‘ABOUT’ tab.
Orders now being taken for my book, ‘Just Passing Through’, a collection of images from over 35 years traveling the globe.