After 35 years of covering politics and life in Washington, D.C. and beyond, I now have time to investigate things I have noticed along the way but was unable to stop long enough to explore.
I employ digital techniques and tools to present what I see. My series, Paint, is a collection of found painted walls and surfaces from many places during many trips. The French have a phrase for this: errant sans but, referring to wandering without a goal or a target and, therefore, to discover.
Much of the rest of my work involves more traditional uses of light and subjects, hopefully, seeing what others might have missed.
White House Staff Photographer from 1979 -1981
Time Magazine – Pictures of the Year, 1981
Photographs available at Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Walter Mondale Vice Presidential Library
Juried show – George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 2015
Juried show – Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, Colorado 2014, 2015, 2016
Herald 3 Artist’s Show- Richmond, Virginia 2016
Finding Paris – book published 2010
Collections – Open Shutter Gallery / Durango, CO
Current images handled by Getty Photos
Teaching: Adult Education: Seeing Without a Target. Falls Church Adult Education 1977/1978
Member: White House Press Photographers – 1981 to present
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