New Underwater Images

I’ve been working in the darkroom and creating images which are an evolution towards seeing the subtleties and energy of the underwater landscape. I find a certain beauty and slight unease in these austere and mysterious images. You may see them at the beginning of the Underwater-Deeper Gallery.

Dunes I, toned gelatin silver print, 2012










Group Photography Show in Carmel

inviation for Exposed show

Come visit a wonderful photography exhibit in Carmel at the Exposed Gallery.  I have 3 small prints in the show, all made using the bleaching and lith development process which I am practicing in my darkroom these days.  They are from the “Surfacing” series and are all one-of-a-kind images.  There are lots of gems in this show, come on down!  Click on the image for more info.


Lith images added to website

Check out the Surfacing Gallery for new images created using the Lith process.  These prints start out as regular darkroom silver gelatin prints.  The prints are then dipped in copper bleach and quickly re-developed in Lith developer.  Lith developer allows for slow but “infectious” development, giving a grainy look in the blacks, and wonderful colors in the highlights.  This process is flexible and intuitive, and results in unique prints.  It’s a lot of fun in my darkroom…


Welcome to my website!!

I am excited to introduce a new format and lots of new images to my website.  I’ve added two new galleries: Surfacing and Toy Camera. The Surfacing images are my latest work in progress, darkroom alternative process prints.  The Toy Camera images have been stacking up for years and are starting to make sense together.  Included is The Pet Spa series starting in the second page of the Toy Camera gallery.

To see my images in person, please contact me for an appointment.  Photography West Gallery in Carmel, California, carries selected images.  Also, if you happen to be staying in Monterey, chose the Intercontinental Clement Hotel next to the Monterey Bay Aquarium and you’ll find my work in the rooms.

Please enjoy!