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My photos have been in many places over the years including, album covers, posters, newspapers, magazine advertisements and most recently a new book entitled 'The Terracotta Warriors'. The book tells the story of The Terracotta Warriors Project and contains over 130 images of the seven foot tall painted Terracotta Warrior statues that were on display around the Metro Vancouver area. I provided all the images of the Terracotta Warriors and I also designed the book. My Terracotta Warriors Gallery contains information about the project and the book.
Youíll find that I photograph a wide range of subjects including architecture, cars, nature and people. You might even see some digital art. Hope you enjoy this collection of images and please donít hesitate to order a print if your really like an image. You can choose from a wide number of options including paper types and framing options to personalize your purchase and everything comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. My interests and passions are varied and I enjoy working on a variety of photographic assignments . Please contact me if you have any questions, I would love to hear from you!
I was born, raised and educated in New York City but my path through life has taken me to many interesting and exciting places. The photography career I began in 1971 was interrupted several years later when I realised that these 'new personal computers' had great potential. After working more than a quarter of a century in the information technology industry, I decided I really wanted to devote more time to photography. Since I already had all the computer hardware I needed for the new digital age of photography and the knowledge to make it do what I wanted, all I needed to do was pickup some new camera gear. Today we live in a digital world. We donít process our images in a darkroom, we use a computer and programs like Lightroom and Photoshop. Digital Cameras and personal computers are now what mainstream photography is all about. Guess I was right about the potential of personal computers.
There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.Ē
- Ansel Adams