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a few words about me...

I've been creating images primarily for editorial and commercial applications for over 25 years. For the past 10 years, I have coordinated and executed photography for graduation events at St. Albans School for Boys. In my most recent "day job" as head of photo operations at Washington National Cathedral, I was staff photographer and photo editor of Cathedral Age magazine. On a daily basis I covered Cathedral events as well as various other aspects of Cathedral life. I photographed products and prepared images for the Cathedral’s museum store catalog (print and on-line) and I photographed the buildings, grounds, furnishings, stained glass and other items for stock. I also made portraits of senior staff and other dignitaries.

I won three first place awards for magazine photography awarded by the Associated Church Press. I also received the prestigious DeRose-Hinkhouse award for my photo documentation of the consecration of the newly appointed Bishop of Washington, and the legacy of his predecessor. I am adjunct professor of photography at Montgomery College in Maryland.

My journey as a photographer began as a story familiar to many. I was 17 years old when a school friend invited me to join the camera club; he was on his way to the darkroom and sensing my indifference, he insisted that I tag along. In the dim red light, I watched in amazement as an image appeared like magic on a piece of paper in a tray of clear liquid. I was hooked!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again."  - Henri Cartier-Bresson

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