Landscape Portfolio

Pemiquid Rocks Rocks at Pemiquid Point, Maine

Growing up in central Connecticut while looking at the reproductions of  vast western landscapes by Ansel Adams caused me a lot of problems as a youth. 

There wasn't much in Connecticut that was unspoiled, and the closest areas offering "unspoiled" nature were in Cape Cod, upper New England, and New York state. Once I got wheels, I started traveling with my cameras, and really got involved with landscape photography. It took many, many years to develop the eye, and learn how to pick and choose equipment.

I worked with 35mm, 6x6, 6x7, 4x5, and panoramic cameras before I came to digital. I've found digital to be a bit of a struggle for landscape work, but have  developed a combination of techniques that have yielded results that I'm happy with.