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Images of Elegance


Creating fine art images through the medium of photography not only allows me to visualize, but also to become emotionally and intimately involved in the way I relate to the world around me.

In the broadest sense, my artistic passion is drawn from Nature. Constantly asking myself the question “What is here for me to discover” opens endless possibilities to engage my senses. Most importantly, it enables the ability to see both those abstract and individual elements that would normally go unseen. This awareness is the core element and guiding principal behind my art.

It is my constant challenge and personal desire to capture and unite these elements of nature into images that will enrich our lives.

Work and Process


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All of my images are offered as limited editions consisting of a maximum of 150 prints. Once this number is reached, the image will never again be produced as a fine art print. Each print is signed and numbered in the order which it was created beginning with 1/001 and ending with 1/150.

I use the Giclee printing process in order to achieve the highest quality archival prints. Images are printed on Epson Ultra Premium archival papers with Epson Ultra Chrome K3 inks for greater reliability, superior image quality, and to insure the maximum life of the print

The Giclee print rivals traditional silver-halide and gelatin printing processes and is commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries.

Attention to every detail is my utmost priority. It begins when initially visualizing and capturing the image, and follows my work flow through each step, processing, printing, and finally matting and framing the work for your pleasure.

Every framed image utilizes acid free museum quality materials and is hand signed and numbered on the matted surface.