Secaucus Town Hall
"Purpose & Goal"
Community Art Show
Secaucus, NJ
Begins March 7th
Reception 7 - 9pm

Montclair State University
George Segal Gallery
"Art Connections 7"

Montclair, NJ
Jan 18 - Feb 19


Montclair State University
George Segal Gallery
Montclair, NJ
Jan 17 - Feb 13

Manhattanville College
Arthur M. Berger Gallery
2900 Purchase St. - Purchase NY
Jan 19 - Feb 18


Surealism Art Show
Ave A Sushi Bar
Opens 12/17

Rockaway Artists Alliance
Rockaway Park
Ft Tilden, NY
June 6 – 28

Hun Gallery
12 W.36th St., 3rd Fl.
New York City
March 3 - 26
Montclair State University
George Segal Gallery
Montclair, NJ
Jan 15 - Feb 15


Hope & Anchor Restaurant
Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY
Jan 15 - March 15

Oriole 9 Restaurant
Woodstock, NY
Jan 21 - Feb 18


Brooklyn, NY
Jan 15 to March 15
Hope & Anchor Diner, Red Hook

Kingston NY
June 2 – July 1
Muddy Cup Studio #13

Woodstock NY
May 8 – 21
VARGA Gallery

GROUP SHOWS 2007 - 2008

Poughkeepsie NY
Barrett Art Center

Philadelphia PA
June 23 - Aug 11
JMS Gallery
(Chestnut Hill area)

Woodstock NY
Oct 20 - Dec 2
Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild Biennial

New Canaan CT
Oct 14 - Nov 17
Silvermine  Guild Galleries
Spectra '07 Photography Triennial

YOHO Artists Group, Yonkers, NY (2007)
Riverdale Art Association, Riverdale, NY (2002 – 2006)

Education: University of Florida, B.S. Advertising, Minor Fine Arts 1981


While in my everyday routines, I often come upon naturally
occurring visuals, where the subject of the image is
not a person or object, but the Light itself or its reflection,
or in the case of Shadows, the absence of Light.

Over the last few years, I have begun to collect and create images that
show others things
light does “when nobody’s looking,” or
 scenes that we pass in our everyday lives, but may fail to appreciate
 in shape or symmetry.  My goal is to bring those images to the
consciousness of my audience.

Generally I like for the Sun to supply the "paint and canvas."
I look to share images that return to the basics of
how we perceive light and darkness
and their interplay, watching as light creates forms and
patterns almost as contrasting yin-yang elements.

I strive for simple pictures that show others what I saw in one
fleeting momentary glimpse.  I feel my subjects are
virtually "ripped" from their actual occurances,
frozen in time for my audience to ponder.

has replaced the ‘wet’ darkroom of the old days,
and my current work is created with
high-resolution digital
SLR cameras as well as my trusty pocket digital camera
that I try to keep with me at all times. Inkjet prints have
replaced photographic printing, which has let me print on a variety of
fine textured archival papers

For over 35 years, I have been active in photography, having first
exhibited my work at age 16 as a member of the Sarasota (FL) Art Association.
In recent years, I have won several awards in juried shows and I post new
work monthly on my websites.

Typically, I exhibit limited-edition, archival pigment prints of 16” x 20”  and 11”x15”, 
and my work is available for purchase and licensing. Prints are printed in editions
of 20 signed pieces.

Originally from Atlanta, GA, my formal education includes studying

Fine Art at the University of Florida, and I continue to refine my senses
of tone, design and composition.  Residing in Riverdale, NY, I am
employed by a Madison Ave. advertising agency
as a Senior Print Production Manager.