I’ve been pointing cameras at things for most all of my life but it wasn’t until 2014 when two events – signing up for a photography class and moving to the California coast – sparked my passion for nature and landscape photography. I’m steps away from some of the most beautiful scenery in the world and it’s been photographed countless times. I strive to show a different view than the postcards filling the racks in the stores throughout town. My works borders on minimalist and is often abstract. I search for the unusual angles, the less often seen viewpoint and the uncommon events. I’m so fortunate to live in a place people dream of visiting and I want to share my unique view of this amazing part of the coast.
In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.
Autumn is a spectacularly special season on the fertile, scenic coast around Half Moon Bay where the entire Coastside area bursts into a brilliant sea of orange and buzzes with excitement and activity to celebrate its bountiful and beautiful fall harvest.
The San Carlos Art and Wine Faire is known for its spectacular line-up of well-known bands and unique street musicians.
The Harvey Milk Photography Center is the largest public darkroom in the United States and has been a cornerstone of arts programming in the community since the 1940s.