I think I developed an interest in the “details of life” as a small child. I would find myself staring at household objects as if to absorb every facet of their character. I got my first camera in the 5th grade, while living in Germany, and took it everywhere with me. I knew already then, that photography would always be an important part of my life.

Even though most of my subjects are inanimate objects, I feel as though they are waiting for me to arrive and take their portrait. The process of capturing a memorable image is almost a surrender to the emotions that draw you to the subject in front of you. Don’t ask why or how, just go with it.

I find myself drawn to things that are commonplace to others. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life people pass by wonderful things without giving them a moments notice. I hope that my photographs will inspire people to slow down and take notice of the everyday treasures along their daily path.

Motorcycles - "Stop"

I generally produce my photographs as 20” x 24” matted and framed to a size of 28” x 32” to enhance the experience of taking a closer look.

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