Pocatello, Idaho ( United States )
I began making photographs after four years in the Navy -- in 1972 I started at Utah State University and graduated with a BFA degree in photography and sculpture.
I attended Utah State University graduate school for one year. For that time I worked with the gum bichromate process. Paul Caponigro had a workshop at USU and we learned printing skills. I also had a summer session with Ruth Bernhard, who taught us to "see light" and how to make a perfect black and white negative
In 1989, Jodeane, my wife, and I rented Stonehenge for two nights and, by using "painting with light," created some good work. In 2004 two photographs were chosen by Julian Richards for his: Stonehenge: A History in Photographs, Published by English Heritage, London and since published by Barns and Noble.
I teach basic photography night classes through School District #25, Community Education and Idaho State University Continuing Education.
I have taught Intro to Photography, Mass Com 230 at Idaho State University. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
landscapes, fine art/abstract, night
I watched my father make photographs in Germany.
Stones, stone work and design
Nikon film cameras, Epson scanners and black ink printers