My first real experiences in photography were back in the late sixties. My brother, my cousin and I would run around with a Poloroid camera and try to set up shots in the style of popular album covers. Some of them were actually pretty cool. After high school, life happened and and I spent the next few years just trying to survive. I picked up the guitar, started writing and played in a few bands. When the “computer age” hit I discovered digital art which I persued with moderate success for several years. Then I met fellow musician and professional photographer Harry Snowden. Harry reintroduced me to photography and I’ve been hopelessly addicted ever since. These days I spend my time writing, performing with my band JEFFERSON, and searching for the perfect shot.