My love affair with photography began in the summer of 1969. For over forty years I was happily devoted to the black and white film creative process. I enjoyed working in the darkroom but I resisted the modern digital trend. Several years ago I decided to experiment with digital photography. With it came a complete new direction as I began to abandon the philosophy of the decisive moment.
Freed from the restraint of the darkroom, I began to push the boundaries of my photography to better express my new concerns of perception and memory. The digital world seemed to me, to open up something unseen but undeniably present beyond the mind's eye. The lines between mind and camera blurred as a whole new photographic technique revealed that unseen world in a wholly unexpected way.