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My photos have been in many places over the years including, album covers, posters, newspapers, magazine advertisements and recently I published two books. 'The Terracotta Warriors' 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.My Terracotta Warriors Gallery contains information about the project and the book. My latest book celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Porsche Club of America-Canada West Region and contains photos of 50 Porsche automobiles from the 1960s right through to 2013 - truly an amazing collection of automobiles. You can preview the book at: http://www.blurb.ca/b/4868564-porsche-club-of-america-canada-west-region
You’ll find that I photograph a wide range of subjects including architecture, cars, nature, public art and people. Hope you enjoy this collection of images and please don’t 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 pick up some new camera gear. 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.”
- Ansel Adams
When I launched this website, I said I would tell you why I named it VIVO FOTISTO. I dropped the hint,“photography is the beauty of life, captured” and perhaps you now know the meaning of Vivo Fotisto.
What I like about photographs is that they c...
The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the first of its kind outside of China, is an authentic representation of an age old garden tradition which reached its peak in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Vancouver's Chinese Garden was built in 1985...
I recently added a new gallery entitled Queen Elizabeth Park. QEP is a fantastic place to visit and I always enjoy my visits regardless of the season or weather. I have visited many times and on each visit I find things I haven't seen before. Ther...
The Terracotta Warriors Project was a public art exhibition organized by the British Columbia Lions Society for Children with Disabilities. Local artists, in partnership with sponsors, created unique designs and apply them to the surface of seven fo...
Welcome to the launch of VIVO FOTISTO!
If you are wondering what vivo fotisto means, check back here and discover what its all about.
Hint: Photography is the beauty of life, captured.
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