- Contemporary Photographer 

Statement

 

My work fits into the realm of new topographic landscape and in that tradition I explore narratives about cultural interaction with the environment.  The visual language of compressing three dimensions, and time, into a two dimensional object, to me, is at the forefront of importance.  I can translate these layers of reality to create a unique remembrance.  The end result forms a document that can change the context of true moments into an honest ethnographic history.  

 

I have been photographing the human landscape for over 20 years.  Trained in visual anthropology at USC, with brief stints in scripted television production and professional fashion photography, I am currently teaching fine art photography as an adjunct professor at Bellevue College in Washington.

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