Photography has the power to not only capture a moment but to force a person to dwell in it. Bring someone to contemplate and evaluate the world they live in. A photographer can show a world that is hidden in plain sight. That place and time could be to demonstrate the beauty, ugliness, injustice or grandeur. Thru my photography I try to do all those things. Each photo is to tell and show the viewer something I have to say. I pray you're listening.
In 2000 my wife and I joined a Harley-Davidson motorcycle group. We quickly became immersed in the lifestyle and culture. I was asked by the chapter president to become the photographer for the group. With my first camera in hand I became a self taught photo journalist of sorts. My photographic style is cultivated by always looking for a new creative way to portray my journey. A few night courses at local schools gave me more knowledge but studying the work of past photographers has continued to drive my quest to tell a story with each photograph. In 2016 I joined the Cedarburg Artist Guild. This gave me the opportunity to collaborate and learn from other local artists across all mediums.