News

Back from Patagonia
28th March 2013
I have just returned from just over 3 weeks backpacking and trekking in Argentina and Chilean Patagonia. Many new images from the trip will be uploaded shortly so check back in the next few days. Despite the often publicized high winds and rainy weather, conditions proved to be fantastic for logging over 100 miles on the trails in Torres del Paine National Park and Los Glaciers National Park. At times, the weather was too clear and settled to produce those surreal lenticular clouds which are trademark Patagonia. While the classic mountain ranges dominated the landscape, my most memorable moment from the trip occurred while photographing Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre atop a nearby mountain top. An Andean Condor, the 2nd largest flying bird in the world, floated up to me and hovered for a moment along side me. I was shocked and amazed all at once, as we looked at each other eye to eye separated by only 10 feet. Before I could get my camera pointed in its direction, it had soared high above me. Hope you enjoy the new photos!
Image Selection For Senator Shaheen Homepage
09th January 2013
NH Senator Jean Shaheen has selected my Winter Barn scene in Durham as her new Facebook Homepage Image. In addition to this image, several other winter scenes can be found in the Winter Photo Gallery.
2013 Exeter Gallery Exhibit
02nd January 2013
This year's New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists group exhibit will be January 5th through February 2nd. The Exeter Town Hall Gallery is open on weekends 12 - 4 PM. I will be exhibiting 2 large canvas prints (Divine Intervention and Wagon Hill Fields)which are for sale. So if you are in the Exeter, NH area, stop by and check out the wide variety of artwork available. Opening reception will be Saturday January 5th 12-4. Hope to see you there.
Austria - Alpine Heaven
20th September 2012
Just returned from the Tyrolean region of Austria with many Images to share. This was my first time in the country and found it to be an alpine wonderland. After landing in Innsbruck, I traveled to the nearby Stubai Valley and trekked the Stubai Hohenweg. This multi-day hut to hut hike travels through some of the most breath taking alpine-glacier country in Austria. After brief visit to the cultural center of Salzburg, hiking resumed in nearby Hohe Tauern National Park. This is Austria's largest National Park largest nature reserve in the Alps. Weather ranged from the extremes of clear sunny days to snow storms and dense fog, creating challenging photographic conditions which ultimately led to more interesting photographs. Check back often, as I will be updating the Austria Gallery beginning in the next few days.
Austria Bound
28th August 2012
Please note that I will be unable to complete Print & Photo Use inquiries between August 31st and September 18th. Off to Austria and the Stubai Alps for some mountain scenery and trekking. Hope to return with some dramatic images from the area. I will complete orders when I return.
Just Returned From Bermuda
17th May 2012
I recently spent a couple of days discovering the simple beauty of Bermuda. I tried to capture a little of the island's colorful architecture and pristine beaches during my short stay. Several images will be uploaded in the next few days so check back.
Memorial Bridge Deconstruction
21st April 2012
While I prefer strict landscape photography, incorporating the hand of man in the landscape is always a challenge creatively and technically. Often, events such as the Memorial Bridge Deconstruction project take place when lighting is not optimal for stand-out images. The sight of a huge steel bridge floating down the harbor was visually a stunning subject and a bit of local history. Instead of reacting to light and composition, photographic decision are determined by tides, construction deadlines/schedules, weather, and safety concerns of the barge and tug operators. If you have not had the opportunity to witness this amazing project, hopefully these images will give you a sense of its scale.
2011 Windland Smith-Rice Award Winner
23rd December 2011
I am pleased to announce that my image The Beacon taken in Glacier National Park was recently chosen as one of the nine Highly Honored Photos in the 2011 Nature's Best Photography Competition (Windland Smith-Rice Award). The image was selected from among 21,000 entries from around the world, so this was a real accomplishment for me. The competition is one of the most prestigious and draws internationally recognized photographers. While not the Grand Prize winner for the Landscape category, there is always next year's competition! A video slide show can be viewed Here.
New Web Site!
20th December 2011
For returning viewers, welcome to my new web site format. Hopefully you will find viewing and finding images much easier and enjoyable. Some of the major changes which I find especially useful are complete thumbnail images when browsing Galleries and Sub-Galleries. This should give you a much better idea of what an image looks like without having to select the larger version. Also, many images in a gallery can be viewed at a glance. You will also notice a streamlined ordering and purchase option available under each photo. PayPal ordering should be up and running shortly, but for now I accept Cash, Check, and Money Orders.

If you have any trouble navigating the new site, please send an email and I wil try to get the problem resolved. Enjoy!
Pages: Previous1 2