I’m a storyteller. I tell stories in pixels and microdots of ink, stories captured in mere fractions of a second that stay with you for days, weeks and years. Some people paint, some write, some sculpt. I photograph. Through my viewfinder, I observe and capture moments in time that matter to me and hopefully to you.
Since childhood, I’ve been enamoured with photography, first as a young hobbyist, then as a serious amateur and in recent years as a professional photographer. More often than not I’m telling photographic stories of the natural world and connections to it, both animal and human. Like all photographers – and moths – I’m drawn to the light, and it’s rare that I’ll pass up a chance to photograph any magically-lit subject.
My photo below was the winner of the Mississippi Mills Bicentennial Photo Contest in 2023.