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I have been freelancing landscape, lifestyle and wildlife photography since the mid 80’s. The quest for light drives we photographers to search out pretty places or to dissect our surroundings to find illumination to capture where we are. It makes us seek out beautiful things even in adverse conditions. During our daily travel, we are looking for a beautiful rectangle we can isolate out of the chaos of life.
My photographs have been published by National Geographic, Outside Magazine, Snow Country, International Wolf, the Mule Deer Foundation Magazine, Outdoor life, Esquire Sports, West Coast Board Sailor, Warren Miller Productions, U.S.A. Today, San Francisco Magazine, Fly-fisherman, Mother Jones, Toyota, Yes Magazine, International Wolf, and Beet – a fishing magazine and Fit For Fun a German sports Magazine. In the 80’s and, 90’’s Mountain Stock Photo and Film represented my work and today I am with Getty Images.
My freelance photography bifurcated to include graphic design work, which opened the door to web publishing requiring that I learned to write. I publish the Greater Yellowstone Resource Guide. I once wrote a column for the Jackson Hole Weekly.
As a stock photographer my photos have been used in hundreds of brochures, rack cards, newspapers, and websites promoting the Greater Yellowstone area and beyond. Today, I shoot exclusively with my Canon EOS D5 Mark ll and a Canon 7D.
I have been working with Photoshop extensively since 1995 and am proficient with photo manipulation, montage, and RAW processing and have a growing grasp of RAWs exponential opportunity. Today, my photo management system is Aperture by Apple; it is superb at color correction with the added benefit of photo database management.
The quest for serendipitous convergence of light and subject lives in the hearts of dedicated photographers. When you are always seeking beauty, you will find more than your share – that is rich.