“My photographs are the result the artist’s eye combined with the latest technologies in fine archival printing. An artist’s vision will always be the most important element in the creation of beautiful imagery. For a photographer, this translates into a sense of awareness of light and design, of finding simplicity in chaos. In the random explosion of shape and color that is all around us, one must discern those brief moments that will result in a strong two dimensional image. Vision alone, however, will not yield elegant results. A photographer must have an extensive knowledge of his tools and craft to reproduce his concepts.
My earlier images were produced with film up to 4×5 inches in size, but I now work exclusively with very high end medium format digital cameras to produce the high resolution, finely detailed prints I demand. The digital file is refined to reproduce what I visualized at the time of exposure, much the same as traditional photographers might use filters or darkroom techniques to accomplish their vision. Numerous test prints are made to produce the final image. Archival prints are made with either a Lightjet printer or with a high quality inkjet printer, to produce the best possible print for each image and size.”