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Dec 17, 2007

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About Me

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Feel free to PM me about BOINC if you've any questions. smile


Note: Effective September 20, 2014.

Recurring medical issues have decided to take another stab at me and so, for the next while, will only be doing very select shoots.


Photography is my obsession, not my profession.

I've been a photographer of one sort or another for well about 45 years. I got my first camera on June 21, 1967, an 8-year-old birthday present. It was a Kodak Instamatic that took drop in cartridge film. Thus began a love (and occasionally hate) relationship that continues to this day.

Over the years I evolved into 35mm, medium format and large format (view) cameras.  Mostly I shot nature, wildlife and, my true first love, landscapes.

In 2007 I entered the world of digital photography and, while I still have some of my old film gear, have switched almost exclusively to digital.

At about the same time, increasing age and medical issues compelled me to focus on different photographic subjects. (Basically, city-scapes don't require tired old knees to hike up and down mountain-sides.) Shooting the buildings and archetecture of the city is great but, after a time. I discovered that putting the human element into a city based photo engendered a pleasing sense of perspective. So, I started dragging my friends off to my photoshoots to be models.

My friends quickly got tired of this silliness and started hiding when I showed up with my camera bag over my shoulder. Then I discovered that there were certain people who actually enjoyed having their picture taken (aka models). So here I am.

In the 6 years that I have been working with models, I shot male as well as female models, ranging from 7 years old to 78 years young. I don't really have a particular 'look' or type of model, it is more a question of finding models who are interesting as people and through that, interesting photos usually evolve.

My style is fairly basic: a camera, a model, an interesting little corner of the city, and that's it. Practical (available) light, occasionally augmented with a reflector and very rarely, a bit of fill flash.

Mostly I shoot TF editorials/creatives, and the like. For payment I offer a DVD of the edits and originals within 2 weeks of the shoot.

I am 100% chaperone friendly: bringing someone along to see to your safety is fine - always good to have an unpaid assistant to wrangle the coffee cups. smile

A little warning: I like to talk. A lot. So be ready for lots of chatter. Somewhat ironically, I am also a little deaf so speak up.

If you are interested in setting up a shoot, feel free to message me.

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