I spent an incredibly productive few days photographing in Grand Teton National Park in early January. The lighting and weather conditions were ideal, and I left with some of my favorite images of the park. Click here
to see a selection of photographs from the trip.
In 2009 I transitioned from large format film photography to digital photography. Click here
to find out why.
I am delighted to be exhibiting my photography
at J/N Mercentile, located at 2772 Highway 130 in beautiful Centennial, Wyoming, gateway to the Snowy Range.
I am pleased to offer two styles of "plaque mounting" for all prints available on this website. This beautiful and affordable framing style has steadily been growing in popularity among artists and patrons across the country and has become my favorite method of displaying prints. Click here
to learn more.
I am honored this summer to join the artists exhibiting at the Wyold Aspen Studio and Gallery
, located at 102 W. Bridge St. in beautiful Saratoga, Wyoming. Wyold Aspen is a cooperative fine art gallery with working studios, showcasing an eclectic mix of modalities from artists in the Southeastern Wyoming region.
I recently exhibited a large selection of framed prints
at the beautiful Keag Gallery
in my hometown of Laramie.
Ever wondered why so many serious landscape photographers use a large format film camera? You won't after reading this
My first juried art fair was a huge success! In addition to meeting some wonderful and supportive patrons and artists, a 20x30 print of this photograph
of the Moulton Barn in Grand Teton National Park was judged Best of Show 2D and Best Open 2D. A 22x62 print of this image
from the Medicine Bow National Forest also won the People’s Choice Award as the favorite work of art in any category as voted by the patrons.